An image of the first-ever armless pilot Jessica Cox hugging a little girl who was also born without arms is making its rounds through the internet and warming hearts at the same time.
"The top question I get as a speaker is 'How do you hug?,'" she told ABC News. "That picture clearly showed that you don't need arms to embrace someone.”
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Jessica Cox signs a poster for a little girl who was born with...
We're at AirVenture and just met RE, who was also born without arms. Her mother drove six hours to get her here ... and ended up with personal time with Jessica Cox. Here she is signing a "Right Footed" documentary movie poster for RE! This is the reason we made this film! It was also so appropriate on the big anniversary for the Americans with Disabilities Act -- happy birthday ADA!Want to support Jessica Cox and help her attend more film festivals and share her important message of hope, opportunity and perseverance? Consider making a tax deductible donation via http://bit.ly/1I9jPsn While you're on the site check out the trailer and read the blog for more information about RE and this very, very special meeting...Posted by Right Footed A documentary film about Jessica Cox on Friday, July 24, 2015