Every once in a while a story comes along that just gets right in their and pulls my heartstrings. Good people doing good things for others is the perfect recipe to make me cry and smile. Because there is still SO MUCH good in this world.

According to WCSH Channel 6, West Kennebunk, Maine native Shiloh Pepin was a beyond inspirational little girl. The life that she lived was known all over the world. She suffered from a rare condition where she was born with both her legs fused together. She beat the odds, and lived longer than her doctor's said she would. In 2009 she passed away, and was laid to rest. Her family could never afford a tombstone due to their monstrous medical bill debt. But now, she has a tombstone due to her incredible community.