Wednesday, August 29, 2007


I am writing this post from another house! My brother Colin, and sister-in-law Jenn, invited me to their house to spend the night. We’ve been wanting to get together for several months now. Jenn doesn’t work tomorrow either. So, when Colin picked Annelise up today after work, I just went home with him. Tonight, we spent fellowshipping with some people from their church. They wanted me to share about this past year and it was a blessing to retell of God’s goodness and answers to prayer.

This morning, Aunt Julie took me to have labs done. Unfortunately, I was not able to get the results, but I plan to check on it tomorrow. My hemoglobin has been consistently low since surgery in mid-June, so I’m hoping it’s finally back to normal levels. I had a neat experience as I was getting the blood drawn, though. I “happened” to get the same lady who did my blood work last time. First, she remembered my name and that I prefer paper tape. I was amazed! Of the many people that enter the labs, she actually remembered me. Then, she asked, “Where is your mother?” When I told this lady where Mom was and about Qavah, she stated, “Well you know the Lord has orchestrated that!” Amen!

My friend Emily spent the afternoon with me. We are doing a Bible study together called Loving God with All Your Mind. It’s been a practical study. While Annelise took a nap, we sat on the upper porch swings, reviewed our homework, and prayed together.

I have not heard from my parents yet. I will be returning home mid-morning and plan to call them then. I assume they returned to the hotel late tonight. If all went well today, they were supposed to have Qavah with them all day tomorrow. Once I have an update, I’ll let you know. Like you, I am anxiously waiting an update!

  1. Jennifer S. :-) Says:

    I haven’t been a faithful commenter recently…forgive me. Life’s been really busy. I am praying that all stays well with you and your parents return safely with Qavah soon!!
    Love and prayers,
    Jen :-)

  2. Karen Tillman Says:

    Hey Katy,
    I can hardly wait to hear the news!!! I know you too are excited. I will definately pray that your hemoglobin is back up, but don’t be to disappointed if it isn’t. You’ve been through a lot this past year, and I don’t need to tell you, but I am that all this just takes time. You’ve come such a long way, and I as I am sure you more than I rejoice in that fact. Take care, and thanks for the updates.
    Karen Tillman

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