Butterfly Flight Stacy Compton

THE 7TH ANNUAL FLIGHT OF THE BUTTERFLIES

Flight of the Butterflies is a lupus awareness campaign sharing stories of the brave lupus warriors. Many don’t understand lupus until they hear the walk of a warrior. Flight of the Butterflies is dedicated to sharing those Butterfly of Hope stories in May for lupus awareness month.

Flight of the Butterflies Begins…..

Flight of the Butterfly Stacy Compton

I was diagnosed with lupus at 34 years old. I am now 57. I have had acute pericarditis and admitted to the intensive care unit of the hospital three times. I feel like I am in a constant flareup. Every single day I have joint pain and skin rashes and fatigue.

I have worked for Southwest Airlines for 20 years now and through the support of my coworkers, my family, my husband, I have made it this far.

I have always been afraid of flying and last year I decided that life is very short and I needed to face my fear of flying so I decided to learn how to fly myself. I love it, it makes me feel alive, and very very happy.

Thank you for bringing all of us together and for putting together the Lupus collage. It really helps a lot to have that kind of support around me. I hope you have an amazing day.

Lupus In Color is excited to present Misty Jenkins’ story to the world. As a Lupus Warrior she is actively promoting lupus awareness and wearing the armor of strength in doing so.

Lupus In Color Salutes you Stacy Compton!

YOU ARE BRAVE, COURAGEOUS, AMAZING and STRONG TO SHARE YOUR STORY.

YOUR BUTTERFLY WINGS ARE FLUTTERING, YOUR CHIN IS UP, YOUR ARMS ARE EXTENDED AND YOUR CHEST IS OUT! FLY ON BUTTERFLY!

FLY ON!

PLEASE SHARE Stacy Compton’s FLIGHT ON YOUR WALL AND START HER BUTTERFLY JOURNEY SPREADING LUPUS AWARENESS!

#LupusInColor #ButterfliesofHope #FlightoftheButterflies #Brave #Courageous #Strong #SpreadLupusAwareness

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