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Meanings Behind the Statements

Know The Person, Not The Disability

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Know The Person, Not The Disability

Know The Person, Not The Disability           You don't have to live under the shadow of a stereotype that is a disability.  You only have one life. It's your choice on how and what you should be doing with your own life regardless of what type of disabilities you have.  It's your choice to believe in yourself, and believe in the people around you who will help you and will also love you no matter what struggles you may be facing. I don’t think we should ever give up on people... disabilities or not.   "Know The Person, Not...

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Keep Strong and Journey On

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Keep Strong and Journey On

Keep Strong and Journey On “There is beauty in the courage of the fragile fighter. Those that persevere  despite all they’ve been through, those who still believe there is good in the world, as dark things we often find we need that light the most.” I am one story, one journey but my hope is that with starting the 2/17 Clothing Line Collection I can become an inspiration and hopefully I’ll also be able to change lives.  The meaning behind “Keep Strong and Journey On” comes from a quote someone said years about not giving up and living each day to...

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Your Story Matters

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Your Story Matters

We each have a story, whether we like it or not, your story and mine is being shaped and told right now.  This is an inspiring quote that I once heard:  “The rest of your life is a long time and whether you know it or not, it’s being shaped right now. You can choose to blame your circumstances on fate, or bad luck, or bad choices, or you can fight back. Things aren’t always going to be fair in the real world, that’s just the way it is. But for the most part, you get what you give. Let...

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I Fought Now YOU Must Fight - The Deeper Meaning

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I Fought Now YOU Must Fight - The Deeper Meaning

I Fought Now YOU Must Fight The meaning behind these 6 strong and powerful words comes from the mind of a woman who I am so honored to call my Aunt. In 2010 my Aunt Leslie was battling a life changing diagnose by the name of Breast Cancer. In Mid-June of 2010 she fought her fight and won her battle against Cancer!  In 2015 it was now my time to fight my own life changing diagnosis... but this time it wouldn’t be so simple because my diagnose is with a rare illness called 'Complex Regional Pain Syndrome' (CRPS). CRPS is a...

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The Story Behind The 2/17 Collection

2/17 Collection Margaret Twitty The 2/17 Collection

The Story Behind The 2/17 Collection

         When I first learned that I was going to have my very own clothing collection with Statement Apparel, I was ecstatic, but also nervous. Who wouldn’t be? It would be a big deal for anyone. I was finally going to be able to spread the word about different issues that people are facing and struggling with medically every day.               The hard part was to actually come up with a name. Naming this clothing line in and of itself was a struggle. I can’t even begin to tell you the days...

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