A trip to Paris, a very own Louis Vuitton, a big fat bank account and a top placer at the Forbes’ Richest Human world-wide. These are all just possible “wants” that usually dominate the New Year’s resolution. However, for nine-year-old Jason Smith, Jr., a touchdown is more than just enough to fulfill a life-time dream.
Coming from a family of football legacy, Jason dreams of continuing the family heritage and making for his own “run for the goal triumph”. With his father being a football coach and his twin brother on the team, Jason is willing to give up anything just to fulfill his dream. Unfortunately, his muscular dystrophy forced his dreams to step aside and has locked him in a wheelchair.
Fortunately, it was during the thrilling game of 2012, when all these things took a tremendous turn. Finally, his dad granted his wish and suited him up just in time to take part of the game. With just a few minutes left to spare, Jason was pushed by one of his teammates as they made the phenomenal run and made the ultimate touchdown. Teams from both sides congratulated him for a historic milestone. As a smiling Jason said, “It was very surprising.” Truly, this event is a new promising step to greater possibilities that will be held onto for a lifetime.
H/T: Little Things
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When it comes to right manners and etiquette, count this dog to deliver!
Taking care of dogs can be quite a challenge, especially for busy people who have day jobs and a family to take care of. There are times when friends start calling for a Friday dinner catch-up at 7 pm, but unfortunately, you have to decline because your dog still hasn't 'released' it yet.
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Her Dad Bet She Won’t Hit the Highest Note, But What She Did is Even More Phenomenal!
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I can't believe that "The Star Spangled Banner" would play in like an earworm in my head. That's how great 11-year old Lexi Walker's voice is. This pretty, little 7th grader from Cottonwood Heights, Utah sang the National Anthem at the Real Salt Lake Soccer game like she was auditioning for American Idol or The Voice. Her angelic voice matched her looks, but her rendition is so powerful and dynamic that she already sounded like a pro! The crowd cheered in awe of her vocal prowess, which also ignited the crowd's passion and excitement for the game.
An angelic face with an angelic voice
Before her performance, Lexi's dad teased her into a wager. Her dad bet that she won't be able to hit the highest note in the anthem. Guess what? Lexi won. And not only that, this little girl even raised the note like an octave higher! It's amazing to see Lexi and hear her sing because despite the range of the song, she sang it effortlessly. Her electrifying voice paved the way for her next stints and TV guestings. She was invited to sing the National Anthem again, but this time at the NFL and NBA games. She also appeared at America's Got Talent, The Queen Latifah show, and Good Morning America. Her cover of the song "Let It Go" has received almost 55 million hits on YouTube.
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