Love, love, love, love, love this story.
Anaya Ellick from Virginia was born with no hands, and recently beat 50 other kids to win first prize in a handwriting competition.
Tracy Cox, the principal of Greenbrier Christian Academy in Chesapeake told ABCNews: “There is truly very little that this girl cannot do”.
Anaya does not use prosthetic arms, and was in a catagory with students with cognitive delays, and intellectual or physical or developmental disabilities.
The director of the competition Kathleen Wright said:
“We looked at her writing and were just stunned to see how well her handwriting was, considering she writes without hands.Her writing sample was comparable to someone who had hands.”
Superintendent Ron H. White praises Anaya’s amazing attitude:
“I don’t think Anaya thinks of it as an obstacle”.