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Bride Who Was Told She Would Never Walk Again Dances At Her Wedding

In 2008, Jaquie Goncher of Marietta, Georgia was paralyzed from the neck down after she dove into a friend’s pool and broke her neck.

Initially, Goncher’s surgeon told her the chances of her walking again were “too small to put a percentage on” ― but the grim prognosis didn’t deter her. 

A year before her May 22 wedding in Atlanta, Georgia, she made it her goal to stand on the big day without the use of her wheelchair. And when the date came, she surprised guests by not only walking down the aisle, but also standing most of the day and even dancing at the reception.

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How This Blind Mom Was Able To See Her Daughter Walk Down The Aisle

When Joy Hoke’s daughter got engaged in October 2014, she was beyond excited — but also saddened that she wouldn’t be able to see her only daughter walk down the aisle.

“I want to see the joy in her eyes as she is saying ‘I Do.’ I want her to know that I can see the love in her face as she smiles when the ring is slipped onto her finger,” Joy, who is legally blind, wrote on a GoFundMePage

For most of her life, Joy had perfect vision. But in 2013, she lost her eyesight due to non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy, which is the “loss of blood flow to the optic nerve,” according to Read More

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Stomp Out Child Abuse Awareness Walk

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WILLIAMSON – As part of Child Abuse Awareness Month, a Stomp Out Child Abuse Awareness Walk was held at noon Wednesday in downtown Williamson.

The walk began in front of the Mingo County Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) Office and ended at the Mingo County Courthouse.

Family Resource Network (FRN) Director Amy Smith discussed the walk and other events being held in support of Child Abuse Awareness month at a regular meeting of the Strong Through Our Plan (STOP) Coalition later that afternoon.

“Everyone already knows that it is Child Abuse Prevention Month. We have had flag raising ceremonies at every municipality across the county this month.

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Bullied Teen Joshua Davies ‘Will Not Walk Again’

parentsecurityonline.com – An autistic teenager who was trying to escape bullies, plummeted from a 50ft bridge onto rocks and broke his spine in four places. Stepdad Michael Morgan said: “Joshua and his friend were walking b…

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