Guest Post: Katie Miller
Guest Post: Katie Miller // @KatieMillerMN
Many people have probably heard the story about college softball player Sara Tucholsky who hit her first homerun ever but collapsed from a knee injury at first. While the rules stated that her own team could not run for her or carry her, two players from the opposing team walked over and carried Sara around the bases. While Sara's career ended that day, her story has brought inspiration to many and proof that chivalry is not dead. Even if you have heard or watched this story numerous times, the compassion, sportsmanship and courage that these players demonstrated is an important reminder of the positive impact we can have on other's lives.