My life is a testimony... and my SMILE says it all

by Zakkenya Johnson
(Union City, GA )

Nov. 12, 2009 I was involved in a domestic violence incident and I was shot 5 times. I spent close to 6 months in the hospital. There were several conversations with my mother while I was in a coma stating it was nothing else that could be done.

Needless to say, I suffered tremendously and still do BUT I know there are so many people that have left us after being shot 1 time. I stay thankful for all that I have been delivered from and I see myself as a walking blessing. So I can't complain.

My life is a testimony... and my SMILE says it all.

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May 21, 2015
thank you
by: Gincy

Thank you for sharing this story
I loved and family members
Are going thru rough times.
We lost a dear friend.its still
Difficult but we keep on looking
For pssitive things.It still is rough but with people like
You and others will get thru
This in time.
We need all the prayers
We can have.once again thank you
For being there.many blessings to you.

Apr 20, 2013
Thank you for sharing
by: Cristina

Hi Zakkenya, thank you for sharing your story! I'm so glad you've come out of such distressing circumstances with such a positive outlook and strength... Thank you for posting it here!

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