As I get older and wiser, giving opinions about the news changes and I see things in a brand new light. Many of the websites and social media timelines are looking to highlight #BlackFriday fights. And while that was what I’ve done in the past, I decided this year to focus on the more positive material so you can see the other side of things.
Daniel Rivas has Down syndrome. He was turned down for a date to his school’s homecoming dance. That could have been the end of the story but a young sophomore named Kylie Fronius stepped and what happened next turned out to be a great experience for Daniel.
Seventeen-year-old Daniel Rivas has Down syndrome.
He’s just like most kids his age, dreaming of college, becoming a chef and doing everything he can to make his mom happy.
Daniel has always dreamed of going to the Homecoming dance at his high school, but was turned down. That’s when Kylie Fronius, a sophomore at Shadow Ridge High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, did something unexpected.
She heard that Daniel was looking for a date to homecoming, and she went out of her way to ask him to the dance!
Here is the video story behind this great news!
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