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Recovery: Misty May is living in gratitude



2017-08-03 - Adair County, KY - Photo from family collection.
Misty May, second from left, lives each day in gratitude as she looks to her 12th anniversary in recovery from addiction this November. She says she has thanked her Lord and rededicated her life to Him, has thanked her family for their tough love and all those who helped her along the way. She also says her children C.J., a senior, at left, and Jenna, a sophomore, at ACHS, at right, are the lights of her life and they frequently share my story with others when they feel it will help someone. She says she is deeply grateful to her fiance beside her, J.D. Davis, an Army Veteran, and a strong and supportive part of her life. She shares her story in hopes of helping others. (Clicking 'read more' takes you to Part II of her story and it has a link to Part I.)

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