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She sat on the stage built for this event.
Barack yeah anything I think -- -- family -- And as she wrapped her arms around the world drinkers -- like they had been on the life and -- journey with her.
It was hard to tell this community sport being -- or is she needs more to this community does this inspire you.
I'm learning how to stay positive.
I thought I -- But now they I've -- -- I think.
Thirteen year old -- -- -- -- and a woman who shares a similar story.
She lost her legs in one hand to a rare illness -- even she sees the University of West Georgia student as a symbol.
It gives other people hope because everybody doesn't have this you know everybody doesn't get this kind of -- -- And so if somebody else could see it on TV -- -- that you can still function.
You know I mean bet that's a difference between life and death really.
The admiration goes both ways.
I have to Everett -- me had inspired me tremendously to give back.
Just how much they've given to me.
Copeland and -- -- -- this event was an opportunity this big day.
Since contract the rare virus that took her hands and parts of book late in the community has donated thousands of dollars -- and even its doors we.
It was so offensive -- come home from the hospital I have a place to this day that actually it can fit me.
Ankle -- he's eager to share the message so many ask your job.
How she's found the courage to fight.
And if you think I'm never gonna be -- do this you're -- the other duet but if you think you know I'm.
-- New -- -- it's really hard but I'm gonna work through it one step at a time we're gonna make this happen then I truly believe you well.
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