Ms. Wheelchair Alabama 2010
What an AWESOME experience.  It truly was a once in a lifetime event that I will remember for the rest of my life.  I can only compete ONCE.  28 States were represented this year and we were all WINNERS.  Only one incredible woman could be chosen to represent America and Ms. Wheelchair Noth Carolina, Alexandra MacArthur was chosen to be the titleholder.  I had the pleasure of having her on my team for our scavenger hunt on day one.  I immediately got to know what a wonderful person she is. 

I made so many friends during the event.  I look forward to seeing them again very soon.  I am planning to attend the Abilities Expo in Atlanta, Georgia in October and I am sure I will see some of them there.

Thank you to all the people that believed in me and supported me through the fundraising, the shopping, the craziness of preparing my speech and presentations for judging.  God Bless you all.  Without your support, I would not have made it.

To my family whom I love so much.  Thank you for encouraging me to be what God wants me to be - an Advocate, a teacher, but most important a mother that can be proud of who she is inside and out.  I will continue to build a legacy for my daughter to remember and live by.

I am back home in Alabama with so much that I want to accomplish.  I have started classes for my BS in Elementary Education at Athens State University.  I am still working on my nonprofit efforts for the Abilities Council, and I am still a Girl Scout and Girl Scout Volunteer.

I am available for speaking engagements just get in touch with me via email at
11/14/2010 03:54:02 am


1/27/2012 05:48:23 pm

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1/28/2012 09:51:03 am

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3/27/2012 03:20:21 pm

good post

5/14/2012 12:40:14 am

will come back before long


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