R ose Kennedy once said, “Life isn’t a matter of milestones, but of moments.”
It’s a quote I’ve seen often in my life. One of my elementary school teachers had it framed on her wall. I saw it in college dorm rooms and on Facebook timelines, but it never really struck me.
Then suddenly, when I watched Tessa Leece reach the 1,000-point scoring mark, the quote resurfaced into my head. It finally sank in.