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Feet don't fail me now! Graduate takes tough first step on journey after high school

It started off fine... (Source: YouTube) It started off fine... (Source: YouTube)
MANSFIELD, LA (WVUE) -

Navigating through your teenage years in high school can be awkward and rewarding. From kissing your first date to passing that final exam, life can seem so tricky.

But once you earn that diploma, the world is yours to conquer, even if there are a few missteps.

One recent graduate of Mansfield High School in Louisiana quickly learned that lesson.

She was wearing shoes that might have been a little bit out of her comfort zone. She begins to lose balance as she walks in front of the crowd. Several wobbly steps later, she hits the ground.

It's probably not the graduation she expected, but she quickly got up and moved on. That's one of the most important lessons of all.

Mobile viewers can watch the video here: https://youtu.be/uzEalzjQQuU

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