Jimmy has a Family!
Jimmy at Bethel is again looking for a family (for reasons having nothing to do with him). He ages out this July so we just have five months to find him his family.
Jimmy is quiet and shy, but once he gets to know you he’s a loyal friend. He is an accomplished piano player and it’s been wonderful to see him blossom with his music. He is smart and tries hard in school. His best subjects are math and language, but he is competent in all areas. He can get around on his own and has good mobility skills. Jimmy has been living in our City Life Project for the last few years in an apartment with the other older Bethel boys. Even though he’s one of the oldest kids, he doesn’t mind showing affection and giving his Bethel mama a hug. Let’s find him a family!
Here are some wonderful updated photos from March 2015!
And these photos were taken a little earlier
This is such a sweet blog post by his English and Music teacher
AN INTERVIEW OF JIMMY
What do you like to do for fun? I love drawing.
What is your favorite food? Noodles.
What do you like to study in school? I like anything that has to do with calculators and math.
Do you have a favorite song? Eidlewiess from the Sound of Music.
What do you want to be when you grow up? A pianist!
Here is a wonderful ebook about adopting a child with a visual impairment. Many families stories!