- A young lady with the Twitter handle @CharleeALaMode has shown the world that there is fulfilment in sticking to a childhood interest
- @CharleeALaMode shared how her cheerleading journey began and many were impressed with her success
- She started her cheerleading journey when she was a little kid, but today she is an adult excelling in what she loves to do
A young lady has inspired many on social media after sharing two adorable photos of how her cheerleading journey began.
The cheerleader with the Twitter handle @CharleeALaMode took to her page to join the "before and after" trend and many were impressed with how far she has come.
In one of the pictures, she was a little cheerleader with so much enthusiasm and happiness that comes with doing what one loves to do.
The recent picture of the lady shows an adult whose love for cheerleading is unflinching and inspiring.
Sharing the photos on Twitter, she wrote:
"How it started How it’s going."
Tweeps soon flooded the comment section of the lady's post to share their thoughts.
"How awesome! I miss it so much! My knees and hips don't tho! It's amazing how as athletes we live healthy and are in shape but as we get older we feel all those years of hyperextensions and repetitive joint jarring from jumping and flipping. I'd do it all over again tho!"
"You look so strong! Congrats on following your dream."
"You kept at what you started as a child? You really tried. Well-done Chi Chi."
In other news Briefly.co.za also reported that the road to success is not always an easy one especially for many South Africans who live in the direst circumstances. A young man recently helped other people from poor backgrounds see that where there is a will to succeed there is definitely a way to succeed.
Taking to Facebook Maake Shadrack shared an inspirational post about how he had slept on the floor as a student working hard to obtain a qualification that would catapult him from his poor circumstances to a better life.
"*2 years of sleeping on the floor at 25 Mathivha Street, Mankweng Zone 1, and one year of being a squatter on-campus taught me to never give up in life and continue enduring even when there's no sign of change. "However, even if you pray day and night if you don't work smart and diligently...You will never move to the next layer."
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