For Mark Engravalle (from Roeland Park, Kansas), the day begins like any other workday. He gets a call at some point and must intervene in an incident. In this special case, it's at a local Walmart.
When he arrives, the employees have already taken a young mother named Sarah into custody. The mother is desperate because she stole diapers, shoes, and clothes from the store.
Mark Engravalle notices something unusual about the mother's children. They are barefoot and have dirty feet. When he asks what has happened, she breaks into tears immediately. Sarah believes she is going straight to jail. Who will care for her six girls?
Mark learns that Sarah has been living in poverty since her husband died in 2012. Since losing her house, Sarah has lived with her six girls together in their car: Emily (15), Sophia (13), Angelina (12), Miley (4), and the two twins Becky and Bella (both two years old).
Mark Engravalle decides to only charge her with a misdemeanor and doesn't arrest her. Instead, he does something that changes the young woman's life forever.
Mark thinks about his own children and sees the dirty feet of the six girls. He takes her back into the Walmart and tells her to pick out some shoes. He also buys diapers and toys for the twins.