Meet my SPECIAL NEEDS son, J-W

My son is and will always be the best part of me!

My son is and will always be the best part of me!

Cerebral Palsy has got nothing on you!
You defy the odds and really shine through
If ever there is someone I admire and love
You definitely are that person, my son

For the five years that you have been my boy
I’ve watched you grow into every mother’s dream of a son
You make efforts and achieve milestones, though small
Way beyond your muscles’ limits, because you are YOU

And when you smile, my son, regardless of your “Nays”
Ah, you break through the ‘weakness’ of this state
Giving so much hope of always being your own “Special”
As only you could handle so very well!

I love you, my J-W. May God strengthen your muscles more and more each day. For He is faithful in all things. Amen!

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About Cameile P. Graham

Cameile is a teacher by profession. She holds a Diploma in Teaching from the Bethlehem Moravian College (Credit) and a Bachelor of Science degree (Summa cum laude) from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (UW-W) with a minor in Philosophy Education. She has been a teacher for over 14 years serving at the Primary, Secondary and Post-secondary levels in education. Her experience has seen her supervising teams of excellence at the various levels. Developing and fostering team communication skills is her specialty. Cameile has received several awards for educational success from distinctions in professionalism, use of technology, methodology to the Rhona Anglin award for teaching practicum,BMC . The Dean's letter for academic term success,UW-W , added to the list of her accomplishments. Her greatest accomplishment is her children, Justin and Zoey. She is a single mom to both.
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