• Tasha Schuh

20 Year Anniversary of My Accident


20 years of being in a wheelchair. 20 years of learning independence and depending on others. It’s so hard to believe that my life changed so dramatically 20 years ago on this date. I look back and see who I was, the Tasha Schuh that drove to the Sheldon theater for play practice that day has changed so much over these years. That trap door taught me so much about myself, my faith, and the power of the human spirit. I thought that trap door would be the end of me, that I didn’t want to go on and yet today I have to pinch myself over and over again on all that I’ve overcome and all that I’ve learned. I’m now thankful for the trap door. These pictures show how far I’ve come… I remember lying in that hospital bed fearing the future and feeling so overwhelmed. I had no idea what an amazing future would be in store for me and how thankful I would be that I held on. What are you going through right now? Please use my story to know that there is hope for the future. Don’t give up. Don’t settle. Dream big.

Thank you for being a part of my journey in these 20 years. For following my story, praying for me, encouraging me, and most of all believing in me. The best is still yet to come!

I’m so excited for the wonderful program that I am preparing for on December 3, 2017. The event that will commemorate this day and will be a celebration of inspiration, motivation and healing. For more information of this event click here: https://www.tashaschuh.com/single-post/2017/10/25/Join-Me-In-Celebrating-20-Years-of-HOPE







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