Her sons coma lasted for weeks, with Mom by his side as much as allowed. The doctors had warned that her sons life was not looking hopeful. One day, Grahams mother noticed his toes were moving. The physicians said it was an involuntary move and it meant nothing, but dont ever tell a parent her child doesnt know what he is doing. After some time, it was obvious, he did understand.
God can take us from our lowest point to our highest, and He certainly has done that for Graham and his family and friends. He was told to go home and watch television and not worry about continuing his education. These words were just what he needed to be determined to finish school.
This story includes his trials and triumphs through education and family tragedies. His life is an inspiration to those who feel God has forgotten them or life has beaten them down. God is good all the time./p>
Presently living in Hanahan, South Carolina, Mary Alice is from Oklahoma, where she graduated from Northeastern State University. She taught drama, speech, and English for over thirty years. She and husband Chuck have been married forty-eight years, raising three daughters: Jeanette, Leslie, and Gwen.