Annie Clark, a first grader at Wilson Christian Academy West Miffin is a hardworking, seven year old pupil. She won a national handwriting from Zaner-Bloser language arts and reading company. Along with Along with the Nicholas Maxim Special Award for Excellent Penmanship, Annie got a trophy nearly half her height and $1,000. She was awarded the prizes during a surprise assembly at her school. It might not be surprising to any of us unless we know how she did it. She was born without hands. She writes with a pencil wedged between her arms. Her parents Tom and Mary Ellen Clark said, Annie could dress, feed herself and even paint her toe nails using the same method. She can also type the keyboard and use ipod touch without difficulty.
Commentary by Mohua Chatterjee -
This story proves -nothing is impossible when you want to do something on your, one might have to do things differently and it might not be easy. It is story of little girl with lofty achievements.