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If You Can Watch These Sisters Without Choking Up, You Might Want To Check Your Pulse. WOW.

Gracie and Quincy Latkovski love dancing together and absolutely nothing will stop them. Not even Grace’s wheelchair. 9 year-old Grace uses a wheelchair because of her cerebral palsy and cystic fibrosis. She still loves dancing with her older sister, though, who is 11. Gracie shows us all how to live life to the fullest and overcome incredible odds. She is an inspiration.

Gracie isn’t pushed around onstage, either. She moves her mechanical wheelchair herself and dances to the music.

They pick the songs themselves. Recently, they danced to “Reflection,” from the Disney film Mulan.

When you watch these girls in action, it’s hard not letting the tears stream down your face.

Because they’ll show you what true strength and beauty look like.

To see Gracie and Quincy dance, just watch their performance from JAMfest Dance Super Nationals. Quincy begins the dance as Gracie’s reflection in a wheelchair, only to rise and begin to dance with her younger sister. (I got chills just describing it, you have to see it for yourself.) Amazing. Source: Vimeo Share their dance with others by clicking below. This performance is worth seeing.

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By Buying A Used Record, This Person Became Part Of Someone Else’s Incredible Story

The beauty of browsing through vintage stores is that every single item has its own history.

Unlike new clothing, furniture, and trinkets, vintage pieces live entire lives before they cross paths with us. After all, who knows how far those shoes travelled, or how many memories were made around that old dining room table?

And any music lover will tell you that vintage records are among the most sought-after items. Just ask Redditor Muctur.

After purchasing a Soundgarden LP, the lucky collector came across something odd in the sleeve.

The little note that was folded up inside contained the story of this record’s past life.

While material goods aren’t nearly as important as the memories that are attached to them, it’s sometimes nice to take care of something that once held a special place in another person’s heart.

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Grandma Who Wished Life Was Like A Musical Gets A Heartwarming Flash Mob Surprise

For fans of Broadway music, it would be like a dream if every scenario could play out like a scene from a musical.

It’s a dream that grandmother Maureen St. Pierre has often mentioned to her kids, saying that life can always be vastly improved with a melody.

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For her 85th birthday, the musical theater actress got the surprise of her dreams when her children arranged a flash mob. Her daughter, Danielle Digby, spent months planning the event and told her mom to meet for a photo before her birthday dinner. While at the first location, actors broke out in song, surprising St. Pierre by performing two numbers from “Hello, Dolly!” Moments later, the teary-eyed grandmother got up and joined the performance herself.

Her reaction when she became the center of the flash mob is priceless. What an incredible birthday surprise!

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Boy Can’t Stop Laughing During Music Class. Once You See This, You’ll Laugh Too!

There is nothing like a child’s laughter to bring happiness to the world.

Sometimes even the most random and inane things can make children roll on the floor with laughter. In this hysterical little boy’s case, he just couldn’t keep it together during music class when his teacher started strumming on a guitar.

At one point, his fit of laughter becomes so strong that he can’t sit upright, falling to the floor with joy. It’s a moment so adorable you just have to see it for yourself!

Life goals: Be more like this little boy.

I just love how he keeps looking at his friend like, “Are you seeing this? This is hilarious right?!”

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