I think the best way to go through life is with a smile on your face. We all have challenges, and a positive outlook just makes it a little easier for everybody.
Kimberly's 15-year-old son Randall is in a school for special needs kids, and Kimberly is there every chance she gets. The staff has come to depend on her, and the kids love her. She helps care for the children, teaches them basic skills such as buttoning their shirts, and shows them how to use eating utensils and engage in proper hygiene.
Kimberly also always finds a way to be part of the Special Olympics, where Randall competes every year. She helps him learn the events, runs alongside in the races, and urges him on at every twist and turn. She also helps the other children there as well and makes sure they understand and are ready for each event.