One day I'm gonna get the saying "Keep Moving Forward" tattooed on my body. Because it's not how many times you get knocked down, it's how many times you get up and keep moving forward.

According to WMUR TV, Sara Tubbs from Sandown, New Hampshire, finally took the crown this past Saturday at Pinkerton Academy, for Miss New Hampshire 2019.

I love this story because she never gave up. Oh, btw that's another tattoo I wanna get "NEVER GIVE UP."

WMUR reported that she has come close to winning the crown the past few years, but not quite. She was a runner-up.

And now she finally got the title.

 

What a great role model for young women here in New Hampshire, too. She's 25 years old and she teaches in Danvers, Massachusetts, and is a graduate from The University Of New Hampshire, according to the news station.

She told WMUR TV that "It means I now have a bigger impact on the state of New Hampshire that I can bring throughout the world. And I can continue spreading the love and the joy that I have gotten from this organization to all girls around this world."

Later this year she will represent New Hampshire in the Miss America Pageant, the news station reported.