Even though Nancy Sills was born and raised in Georgia, the world visited her small hometown of Warm Springs. President Franklin D. Roosevelt came to look for a cure for polio and built a hospital that brought patients, doctors, physical therapists and nurses from every corner of the globe. She loved meeting each one of them. It was an amazing place to grow up. She learned that "handicap" was not a word in these people's vocabulary. Nancy is married and has three beautiful daughters, one son-in-law and an incredible grandson who has stolen her heart. Nancy has been an educator since 1977 and wakes up excited about going to a job she loves.
Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain.