Sara’s story is a Motivational one and I’m really touched and inspired.
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Sara Hinesley a third grader at St John’s Regional Catholic School, Fredrick, Maryland, earned herself the Nicholas Maxim Award for best cursive handwriting which comes with a trophy, $500 for her educational materials and $500 prize money. https://www.plumdynamic.com/heartwarming-reasons-why-you-should-never-give-up/
Young Sara was born in China, but she was adopted by Hinesley family at the age of 6. She has declined the offer to use a prosthetic hand when her family suggested it to her, because she has set her mind to overcome every of her challenges. Very motivational I must say. “She can do just about anything often times better than me or my husband” Her mum Cathryn Hinesley told CNN.
Her Interests are Painting , biking, Drawing and Sculpting Clay.
According to Sara’s former school teacher Burke, they were’nt sure how Sara would cope in school with no hands, but she surprised everyone and adapted. Sara doesn’t believe in the word “Impossible, she is very independent and gives everything her best shot.
little Sara is a great inspiration to all. There is no limit to what you can do and there is no challenges you can’t overcome. Always remind yourself that nothing is impossible. Just believe.