Friday at Eagles camp brought one of those moments - a moment that not only will one family remember forever, but you might too.
It was the moment 11-year-old Giovanni Hamilton met his hero, Carson Wentz.
You couldn't really miss Giovanni at practice. After all, I noticed his bright green spiked hair before I did his wheelchair.
His mom, Shannon, tells me he has a very rare condition, Schwartz-Jampel Syndrome, and the type he has is the first case EVER documented.
He's had 12 surgeries, through it all maintaining a super outlook on life that's as bright as his smile.
When Wentz went over to sign autographs after practice, as he usually does, Giovanni was moved to tears. He told him, "You're my hero," after reaching out for a hug.
His mom was also crying. And I can't lie, I was too. As a mother, as a human being, how could I not?
What a privilege to witness this young boy's dream come true, and to know all it took was a few moments with an athlete that's larger than life, and one we are lucky to call our own.
Wentz signed a lot of autographs on this day. Posed for many pictures. But all we needed to see was this one to prove the impact an athlete can have, the impact that sports can play in life, and also the triumph of the human spirit.
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