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Thursday, December 4, 2014

STILL MORE PRAYERS NEEDED

Thanks again for all your prayers last week for my daughter, Katy. She was released from the hospital on Sunday night, but she continued to be very ill, so they are readmitting her to the hospital. 


Although we found out her Emory specialist is on medical leave, my daughters have been able to contact her specialist in New York, who is the top physician in the world in treating CVID. She is going to consult with the doctors in Atlanta.

I of course have remained calm been freaking out from afar. I would have jumped in my car and driven down, but I am still battling my two infections so really don't think I would be of much help at this point. 

I do appreciate all of your prayers. I am forcing myself to stay in and rest today. I actually did not make up my bed (see yesterday's post) so that I can just lie in it, drink tea, and watch Christmas movies. What a luxury.

I hope that you all have a wonderful day. Stay warm and dry.

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15 comments:

  1. Laura, praying for her and you! I know how hard it is to be far away when one of your kids is sick.
    hugs,
    Linda

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  2. Oh sweet Laura, so sorry to hear about you and your daughter.I will keep both of you in my prayers.

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  3. I guess I've been lazy in keeping up with things and you are always so thoughtful. So sorry that you are all going through this. Prayers for your sweet family. I kmow how hard it is to be away when they are sick.

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  4. Oh Laura, I am so sorry that your Katy is having to go through this and that you, as a mom, have a heart that is aching. I will be praying for Katy, for the doctors, and for you. Take it easy, enjoy a movie, and know that your blogging friends are supporting you and your daughter in prayer.

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  5. Hugs and prayers for you and daughter. I stayed in bed Monday and Tuesday, except for doctors visit, watching Christmas movies and drinking mostly water. All those Hallmark Christmas movies are predictable but I still love watching them. I do not know what CVID is, I' look it up later, but I hope they can help your daughter get better. Debbie

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  6. Oh no Laura. Prayer and hugs being sent. Hope your daughter is doing better. Take care of yourself.
    Kris

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  7. still praying for your daughter and for you as I know how difficult it must be to not be there with her.

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  8. Hugs and prayers Laura take care of yourself, your daughter is in good hands. HUG B

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  9. Laura, I am so sorry you cannot be there with her. Wishing you both rest and recuperation.

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  10. Oh, goodness, you must be out of your mind with worry. Prayers on the way, my friend.

    xo
    Claudia

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  11. We always worry about our kids.... no matter how old they are! I'm glad to know you are taking care of yourself today. Those Hallmark (and Lifetime) Christmas movies are fun. I have seen some of them many times, but they are like comfort food... only less calories. Remember what they say on the airplane. Take oxygen for yourself BEFORE you try to help others. It is something we have a hard time doing. So your staying in bed today is a very good thing, indeed, for both you and your daughter!

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  12. Laura,
    I hope doctors can soon find something to help your daughter.

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