This is Stacie.

She is wonderful and full of life.

She enjoys music, watching tennis, and spending time with her family. Plus, she's currently taking classes in hopes of a history degree.

This Valentine's Day, Stacie is looking for a heart.

Stacie's own heart doesn't work like the average person's, so she's looking for a donor. Her doctor gave her three years to live.

That was two years and nine months ago.

It takes Stacy about 20 minutes to put on a dress.

But it takes you and me about five seconds to check the organ-donor box at the DMV.

This message is an easy one to pass along. Who knows — you could save a life by sharing.

Watch Stacie's video below and read more if you're interested in being an organ donor.

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