I have a special request–would you please pray for our Katy? On Wednesday, June 27th, Katy is having surgery at the Cleveland Clinic to remove her gallbladder. Usually, this is a pretty simple operation, but nothing is ever simple for Katy. She was born with hereditary nephritis and Alport’s Syndrome, a rare neurological disorder that’s taken most of her hearing, some of her sight, and left her with other special needs and learning disabilities. She’s also a bleeder, which makes this surgery riskier. In the near future, she’ll need a kidney transplant as both kidneys are in failure. Katy LOVES animal, as you can see here: First, Katy as the cutest kid on earth, while her sister climbs the wall; Katy with one of her dogs, Moxie and Munch; Katy with a bunny at our Amish neighbors and friends; Kay catching a bird; and Aunt Katy with Madison, one of her nieces.

Thanks, my friends, for praying for our Katy.


7 Responses to “OUR KATY”

  1. Darlene Boulton Filley Says:

    Will be praying for Katy. Today and after.

  2. Marsha G Graham Says:

    Yes, Beloved, I will agree with you in prayer.



  3. kayreusser Says:

    Praying right now that all goes well. She’s in God’s hands!

  4. jackietex Says:

    How did Katy’s surgery go?

    • dandimackall Says:

      Thanks so much for asking! It went well, and the gallbladder was worse than we thought–good get it out. Katy’s still struggling with nausea, so we’re seeing another specialist.

      • jackietex Says:

        I’m glad Katy came through okay, but I hope you’ll be able to get to the bottom of her nausea and find a way to treat it. Being nauseous is miserable.

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