Lzzy Hale, the co-founder and iconic frontwoman of Halestorm, has talked about the impossible-seeming things she has observed this week as she mentioned an amazing incident that occurred between the former drummer of Nirvana, Dave Grohl, and a 10-year-old girl.

Highly active on social media for some time now, Lzzy Hale has evaluated the shockingly great news of this week. Reminding her fans the motto, the impossible is possible, Hale said that she has seen a blind man playing golf and a woman with no legs compete in running and dancing lately.

Lzzy also referred to one of the most wonderful events of the recent times about a little girl and Dave Grohl, who is the former drummer of Nirvana and the founder of Foo Fighters. As you might recall, an elementary school girl, Nandi Bushell, has challenged Grohl to a drum-off in the past weeks.

Dave Grohl accepted the challenge of Nandi and replied with a video playing Them Crooked Vultures’ ‘Dead End Friends.’ Nandi Bushell responded with her performance, as well. In the end, Grohl accepted defeat for the first round.

Dave Grohl also made a surprise to the extremely talented little girl and wrote a song dedicated to her. He played the song, which is a kind of superhero theme music for Nandi, in the video and praised by his fans with this generous act.

Lzzy Hale explained her thoughts through this nearly impossible and adorable incident. She advised her followers to never let anyone tell themthey can’t‘ and be brave like Nandi Bushell about their dreams.

Here is what Lzzy Hale said in her recent tweet:

The impossible is possible. This week I’ve seen a blind man playing golf, a woman with no legs compete in running and dancing, and saw an elementary school girl give Dave Grohl a run for his money on drums.

Even a dorky PA chick became a rockstar. Never let anyone tell you you ‘can’t.'”

You can check out the tweet and the song Dave Grohl wrote for Nandi Bushell below.