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#LoveMyDetour

Everyone Has A Story

I'm standing holding a sign that has Abigail and the "Love My Detour" hashtagEveryone has a story and the most exciting part about your story is when you share your trials and how you’ve overcome you empower others who may be struggling. The ongoing process of living, enduring, conquering and sharing is what unites us and makes us stronger individually and collectively.

This post is part of the Why Not Wednesday feature for Amy Oestreicher’s #LoveMyDetour movement, celebrating the “beautiful detours” that unite us all.  Are you a Detourist?  Learn what a Detourist is here, and share your story here.

 

 

21 thoughts on “#LoveMyDetour

  1. Thanks for sharing this story.

    1. Thank you for stopping by 🙂 Have a wonderful weekend!!

  2. Something positive can come from nearly all aspects of life and life is what happens when we are busy making other plans so let us enjoy our detours and understand that sometimes, these things happen for a reason….!

    1. Agreed! Thank you for reading Cameron. Have a very nice weekend!

  3. Stephanae, you are AMAZING. It was an honor to have your post on my blog. Thank you for being my inspiration!

    1. Thank you Amy. You are doing great work!! <3

  4. This is fantastic, I found you through Blind Motherhood and I already love reading Amy Oestricher’s Why Not Wednesday. I can add you to the list of badass ladies I follow. Thanks for sharing your story!

    1. Thank you for finding me and for such a wonderful compliment!! 🙂

  5. Steph, you are amazing. Thank you so much for sharing your story. x

    1. Thank you Lynne!! I hope you’ll take an opportunity to check out Amy Oestreicher’s story because this young woman is a walking and talking miracle.

      1. I absolutely will, Steph 🙂

  6. Detour…that’s an interesting spin on it. I like it.

    1. Yes I thought it was a great idea for Amy to make something positive out of her experience while encouraging others to share as well. Thank you for coming by! 🙂

  7. I’m so glad Amy featured you in her blog…wonderful theme (beautiful detours).

    1. Thank you Caroline. Amy has been through so much, she really is a walking miracle.

  8. Stephanae, I’m so glad you’ve shared your story! You’re amazing!

    1. Thank you Camie <3 Whenever you have time you should check out Amy Oestreicher’s story. What happened to her was so out of the ordinary and the fact that she survived and created the #lovemydetour movement is powerful testimony to her purpose.

      1. I’ll definitely do that!

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