NCF Member Story

Overcoming difficulties is routine for Misty Blue Foster, an NCF Mistymember in California with spina bifida and cloacal exstrophy. Her incredible story recently made the local newspaper after she received a Great Comebacks award. “I credit my faith and God’s grace for the many blessings and help he has bestowed on me to get where I am today” said Misty. Thanks for inspiring us, Misty!

3 Responses to “NCF Member Story”

  1. Thomas Exler Says:

    Nursing Times based in London UK, did a role model article about Misty Blue Foster last week.

    ‘A lot of children thought they couldn’t go to college if they had a disability’

    http://www.nursingtimes.net/nursing-practice/clinical-specialisms/educators/a-lot-of-children-thought-they-couldnt-go-to-college-if-they-had-a-disability/5033403.article

  2. Thomas Exler Says:

    Misty Blue now has a video speech on YouTube

    “My Name is Misty Blue” – The Misty Blue Foster Story

    Part 1 of 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abA1ZPK03vc
    Part 2 of 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoLuht4QbzI
    Part 3 of 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLEjPHghp5Q
    Part 4 of 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Srmr75syEXU

    Inspirational story about Misty Blue Fosters life, from being born with a major birth defect, to losing her mother at a young age, and growing up in foster care, to adulthood, getting married and her life in the nursing field.

    “You can’t always control what you are given in life,
    but you can control what you do with it,”
    – Misty Blue Foster 2009

  3. Joyce Leuthart Says:

    Wonderful response!!!

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