Natalie Walks Again After Doctors
Tell Her Parents She Never Would

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We think doctors can at times be miracle workers. We don’t disparage them at all. But in Natalie’s case, her parents didn’t want the doctors to define Natalie’s outcome from a medical spinal cord issue by limiting her to their admonition that she never would walk again. Said Natalie’s mother:

“Doctors are not God. They are human just like all of us. They make mistakes and they cannot tell what the future holds. Don’t ever give up on yourself or your child.”

In this story from the Epoch Times, you’ll also find a compelling video of Natalie walking in a therapy session.

We’re almost at a loss for words after seeing this amazing story. Almost. Two words come immediately to mind, though” GO NATALIE!

Bridger Walker, 6-Year-Old Wyoming Boy,
Saved Sister From Dog Mauling

Talk about inspiring. You’ve got to read this story: Hero Boy Who Saved Sister in Dog Attack Feels Face Scar Is ‘Something to Be Proud Of,’ Says Dad

Bridger Walker, who was 6, jumped in front of a German Shepard last year to protect his younger sister from being attacked. (Photo: Robert Walker, dad)

Bridger Walker of Wyoming, who was just 6 years old at the time, jumped in front of a German Shepard in 2020 to protect his younger sister from being attacked. His act of bravery captured worldwide attention. His now famous quote from the incident: “If someone had to die, I thought it should be me.”

It left him with severe facial scars, which are being treated by New York City-based dermatologist Dr. Dhaval Bhanusali, who is providing his services free of charge. After multiple surgeries over the past year, Bridger’s face finally is getting back to normal. Read all about this brave young hero by clicking the link or photo above.

Check out Bridger’s “before” photo on Facebook: Bridger Walker, FB (just so you know, it’s a pretty gruesome injury)

Seeing a Purple Heart Medal at a Yard Sale, a Former Military Member Buys It to Return It

The Epoch Times posted this story about a former military police officer buying a Purple Heart medal, a Bronze Star, and other medals he saw at a yard sale and began researching the man whose name was engraved on the back of the medals.

He found the family and was able to meet them and return the medals in an emotional gathering.

Truly an inspiring story. You’ll find it here: West Virginia Vet Finds Purple Heart Medal From WWII at Yard Sale, Tracks Down Owner, Returns It

Mother of 3 Overcomes Drug Addiction to Graduate From College at Age 48

Epoch Times reports: From drug addict to 48-ear-old college grad

Mother of three Ginny Burton, 48, was introduced to substance abuse by her mother at the age of 12, starting off with marijuana. According to CBS, she went on to become hooked on cocaine and methamphetamine.

Burton became a regular in juvenile detention centers in her young life, where the seed was planted that motivated her to go to college to understand and ultimately change the justice system after what she characterized as injustice within the system. She enrolled at Washington University and graduated this spring; afterwards she intends

Read the inspiring story here: Drug Addict Turns Her Life Around

Instead of Money, Homeless Man Asks for Job – And Gets One From Restaurant Owner

Epoch Times story

From Epoch Times comes a story about a homeless Alabama man, Taylor Thompson, who walked into BrewHa’s Pub & Grub in Mobile and asked for a job instead of a handout.

The owner, Brenda Goodhue, said he seemed trustworthy and figured she would give him a shot at a job.

Thompson’s hiring by Goodhue also initiated a Facebook fundraiser to help him out. At this writing, it’s been able to raise about 10 weeks worth of rent for Thompson. He pays $250 a week in rent.

Bravo to Brenda.

To read all of the story, go to: Homeless Man Walks Into Restaurant Asking for Job, Gets Second Chance From Kind Owner

This is what Brenda wrote on her fundraising page about Thompson, his situation, and her hiring him:

“Had a homeless guy come in BrewHa’s last week. He was looking for a job. Said he had been living in a tent for months. He said he smelled and apologized and said someone gave him a dog’s blanket to keep warm. I gave him $40.00 and told him to go to the dollar store and buy a suit of clothes that he could work in and be back at 6pm to work.
“To my surprise, he not only came back 15 minutes early to work, with a sweat suit and shoes he purchased at the dollar store. He has worked every day since then. I paid him cash the first two days so he could get some bare necessities. We also paid for a week at the Bama motel so he could be out of the weather. GOD Bless Brett Jackson for bringing him some toiletries and some clothing. He is still in need of more.
“I am not telling you this for cutos, I am asking for help to get this guy setup. He seems to be willing to do anything you asked him to do. He is seriously needing a lot more help at this point. The weekly rent at the Bama is $250.00. He is paid up until Tuesday. It will be two weeks before he gets his pay from BrewHa’s. I am limited on funds or I would continue paying for his room. I am setting up a jar at BrewHa’s for any donations I can get to help this man. It will be called the Taylor fund. If you can spare some change and want to help, please do and call me if you can do more.
“Sometimes GOD puts people in your path for a reason. Please help me help Taylor get on his feet. We are all he has. Thanking you in advance!!!”

Rocky Bleier: Four-Time Super Bowl-Winning Fullback With the Pittsburgh Steelers,
Notre Dame Grad, Wounded War Veteran,
Purple Heart and Bronze Star Recipient,
2020 NCAA Inspiration Award Winner

Rocky Bleier Receives NCAA Inspiration Award. Click above image to watch video

Wounded with shrapnel from a grenade, hospitalized for months, doctors told him he’d be ok, he would be able to perform “normal” activities. They told him not to expect to play football again. Rocky Bleier had a different vision.

Jennifer Vassel’s Birthmark Inspires Not Only a Book, But a Self-Love Brand for Kids

Jennifer Vassel

From Black Enterprise comes the story of Jennifer Vessel, a woman who was born with a birthmark covering a large portion of her back and shoulder that she was ashamed of and tried to hide during her childhood. However, when she reached college, she said she was tired of trying to hide it all the time. Instead, she embraced it, which eventually led to a book, “I Am Unique,” and the evolution of her mission to “inspire girls to live their lives undimmed.”

Please read the Black Enterprise story here: From Insecurity to Impact: How This Woman’s Birthmark Inspired a Self-Love Brand for Kids