Just days before the big school dance, a young girl and her mother stop by a rummage sale hoping to find the perfect dress on their limited budget. After trying on several different gowns, the teenager finally finds “the one.”
“I feel so pretty!” the young girl says to the rummage sale volunteer as she tries on the dress. The volunteer kindly asks the girl if she has shoes to go with her dress. Her answer is “no.” The volunteer walks the girl over to the shoe section and finds her the perfect pair of black heels to complete the ensemble.
When the mother explains to her daughter that she can only afford the dress, the girl is heartbroken. They pay for the gown and return home. To their surprise, when the girl opens her bag to remove the dress, the pair of black heels are inside waiting for her. The volunteer had slipped them inside the bag for the girl, free of charge.
That volunteer’s name is Kellie Montgomery, and these are the things she does. She is a difference maker.
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