An Inspiring Story…

What do young boys normally want to do? Probably play baseball, basketball, or football. However, decisions are not that simple for everyone…

At the age of 2 Riley was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and had to amputate his arm. Now, at age 6, Riley wants to fit in with the rest of the kids his age. His is determined to play baseball while only having one arm.

Check out the video from Huffington Post about his struggle and how he has learned to play:


Riley shows us that anything is possibly, with hard work, dedication, and courage you can accomplish anything you want. I think that many people should learn a lesson from this little boy!

Written by Guest Blogger, Maria Cafferata

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