Meet 'T', a 21 years old girl on the spectrum, in foster care from the age of 4.
She, whom everyone looks at as if something is wrong with her, but this time there was something different about her.
She, who fears everything, but this time took action and overcame it.
She, who does not speak like you and like me, this time was very clear.
Inside the Big Sea, in one banana boat and twelve strangers, leapt to her place while assisting with her boat partners, until she reached a seat that seemed sure enough.
The instructor instructed her to obey the instructions, and treated her as an equal, and here it came....
The boat started moving, sailing, floating, flying, screaming, rejoicing until all the group fell one after the other.
And who stayed out of all the group?
She stayed last on the Banana boat! (and whoever has experienced, knows how hard it is)
and once she felt safe she raised her hand with a triumphant shout.
It's her. My daughter!
The one that chats less than us, the one who doesn't know the word ego.
She triumphed and laughed smartly. This is the first time she has been challenged in crazy water sports.
Tomorrow we will raise the level of difficulty.
Why? Because there is no limit to the abilities of the challenged, as evidenced by those who fell into the water...