children look at life differently than most adults, they see the world, and say: I will, not I can't.
The noice you just heard is the Tourette syndrome I've been living with since I was six years old, I am standing up here today because the love and support of a lot of people put me up here:my family, my school family, my students and all my friends, I < > this award to all of them, but I also < > it to the toughest and and most dedicating teacher I've ever had. My consting(?) companion, my Tourette syndrome. Now some you may think it's really weird that I thank this disability and calling it great teacher, that's really weird, what can I possibly learn from disability?
Galen:You learnt keep going.
Yely: You learnt not to let it stop you
Thomas:You learnt not to let it win
Coping with Tourette syndrome taught me the most valuable lesson that anyone could ever learn, and that is to never let anything stop you from chasing your dream, from working or playing, falling in love.