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David had a lot of fun at Incredible Pizza off 71st and Memorial, a gamer's paradise.  David loves games.  

He says, "I just like having fun, I like racing games too. But I like basketball the most. 

David had so many choices, from basketball, to air hockey, to go cart racing and more.

Seventeen year old David is in the 11th grade and, although video games a are lot of fun, he knows the importance of school and his teachers.  

"I like math, I like our teacher Mrs. Payne.  When we don't understand something, she'll help us.  She goes over and over again to help us until we get it.

He is a very bright kid who's friendly, outgoing and also very goal oriented, "It helps me accomplish what I want to do in life.  So I don't say, oh, what am I gonna do next.  I don't have to think about it."

David also knows exactly what he wants in a forever family, "Get a family that loves me and everything and takes care of me.  Help me calm down, help me with my coping skills. Goals like that."

If you're interested in helping David reach his goals and find a forever home or any of the children we've featured on Waiting Child, call 1-800-376-9729.
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