Sweet Teen With Special Needs Visits Mom’s Tombstone — Tells Her “I Did It. I Graduated.””

Graduating from anything is a major milestone in life and one that is often celebrated with those closest to us, especially family.

But for one special needs teen from Lousiana named Paul Marshall Jr., he wasn’t able to share his high school graduation with his mother, LaTanya Delphine Wilson Marshall, since she had passed away in 2010. However, that didn’t stop him from including her in the moment anyway, as he went to her grave on the day and told her all about his achievement this year.

Whether it’s graduating from high school or university, or any other institution in which one has worked hard to learn and achieve something, when the big day where you can say your hard work paid off and your work has been acknowledged arrives, it’s a momentous occasion. That’s why graduation ceremonies mean so much to people, both those who are receiving honors and those who are supporting them.

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