Thursday, October 05, 2006

Thursday Morning

I am preparing to take Katy to Roanoke Memorial Hospital this morning. Her condition is not improving. I would just ask that you continue to pray for us as we surrender our wills to God, and pray for the peace that passes all understanding. We will do the same for you, as I know many of you will be sad for Katy. She will be having an endoscopy this morning and will be put to sleep. I’ll update as soon as we know anything.

Comments:
  1. Julie Wensley Says:

    Our hearts are so heavy for you. We are praying that you would be cradled in God’s arms of mercy this morning.

  2. Kay Parker Says:

    I am Julie Wensley’s sister. We have been praying for Katy and your family. Please know we will continue to pray for her and you as you walk through this process.
    Love in Christ,
    Kay

  3. Patricia Hagsten Says:

    Are the flowers in the above heading located in your garden, Dawn?
    We pray that doctors will be able to give Katy some answers and some reflief from the pain.
    Is she able to tolerate any beverages? Dannon Yogurt has some drinks (pro-biotics, etc.) called DanActive which would give nutrition, since that is essential for the antibiotics to work. Or there’s the adult ENSURE products that might help.

  4. Lynne Kilburn Says:

    Katy and Dawn,

    Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers as you travel to the hospital today. Katy, I am praying that God will help the doctors and give them wisdom so that you can have some relief from this pain and once again get back on the road to feeling better.

    Love,
    Lynne

  5. Kristin Dunker Says:

    We will be praying…What a rollercoater this has been.~ I would encourage you to cling to the truth that God has been so faithful to you over the past many months, and His character doesn’t change just because our circumstances do. Remember the blessings of those “good days” and know that they will be yours again - “Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning”. Our hearts are walking with yours through the valley. Kristin&Jesse

  6. Karen Tillman Says:

    Oh Dawn, my heart truly goes out to you and your family. It seems that when we are trying to recover, we pull one step ahead and two steps back. Please don’t be discourage, as there again, it is just a bump in the road to Katy’s recovery. God bless you all, and PLEEEEAAASSSSE continue to give us updates on her condition.
    Take care
    Karen Tillman

  7. Brooke McGlothlin Says:

    Katy, Dawn and Family,
    I can’t tell you how listening to your story has inspired me. Certainly I praise the Lord for what He has done in you, but I am more inspired by the matchless love of Jesus that spills out through your words, your thoughts, your actions. Your response to what He has allowed in your family makes me weep and draws me to worship the Lord all the much more. My prayer is that I too can reflect His character with integrity and victory, come what may.
    Blessings to you in abundance,
    Brooke McGlothlin
    Blue Ridge Women’s Center

  8. Lael Moreland Says:

    Katy and family,
    my heart is heavy for you as well. But I know that there is joy found in the Lord! You all have certainly shown that joy in the past few months. I will continue praying.
    I haven’t checked your blog in a few days and everything changes so suddenly! I will try to be as faithful in checking as you are in updating. Love and hugs to all of you,
    Love Lael

  9. LInda Burk Says:

    HI Katy and DAwn, I am reading your blog today and feel sad that there is sooooo much pain for Katy. Of course we are all praying for a quick healing for Katy and the family. It is especially hard when the medical doctors don’t know how to help. HOW FRUSTRATING!!!!!!! I am glad the doctors are learning new things, but I hate for Katy to be the guinea pig. I am thinking how much Katy would love to be working with young children during this beautiful season of FAll. Our class took a fall walk today and found colored leaves, berries, pine cones, etc. We have been counting,sorting,patterning,reading, and writing about Fall leaves.Hugs to all, Linda

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