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Monday, July 30, 2007

Deep Breaths

Well, we're managing, here. Katie seems better and then seems worse. She's made a concerted effort to try and swim and play during the day, but the truth is that it just wears her out. She's never been a kid for sitting around, and now she's just too tired to do her normal stuff.

On the up side, the tests all came back negative--that means no Valley Fever, no mono, no lupus, no thyroid problems, no diabetes--but on the down side, that means we go on to a specialist for the next round of tests.

I'm hoping for what Kelly M suggested--just some virus that hangs on for a while and then disappears into the sunset.

I've been out in the studio this morning, done a little bit of work. Nothing's finished, so I won't post it. Katie scolded me this weekend for not doing as much work on canvas lately.

7 comments:

Olivia said...

I'm hoping too for a virus that disappears. It's really good that she doesn't have any of the things from the tests. Wouldn't it be wonderful if it just went away? THAT's what I'll be praying for!

tammy vitale said...

playing catchup here - white light and warm thoughts to Katie - may she bounce back hale and hearty soon!

Elizabeth said...

Lots of Love and Healing Good Wishes to Katie from me. Hope she feels bouncy again soon.

(Your art work is still looking amazing too. I've still not done my banner, I'll mail you once I eventually get it done!)

Get Well Soon Katie

tammy vitale said...

browsing thru to see if there is any more news on Katie....

Maybelline Jones said...

Thanks for the comment. Your art absolutely rocks. I love mixed media, collage style work. Absolutely inspiring.

AscenderRisesAbove said...

I am a mom whose ears always perk up when kids are sick with no known dx. I noticed in December everyone had scarlet fever - any possibility that it was Rheumatic Fever instead? The clue would be in heart rhythms - also stomach pain and nosebleeds. Just a thought.

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