By the Florida State Guardianship Association. Really. My initial response, like many others, was to blanch. But then I thought about it, and now think this may not be so outlandish after all. He may rightly have won, albeit for the wrong reasons.
The recipient of the annual award came from a list of people nominated by the group's local chapters, which were instructed to find nominees who represented their wards "with service that improves the wards' quality of life." Now, don't get me wrong, Michael failed miserably in his obligation to Terri. But there is someone who is dependent on a sponsorship of sorts to improve his self-defined quality of life.
(cap tip: Recta Ratio)
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