Monthly Archives: February 2012

Tues. afternoon Feb. 28, 2012

Three therapists helped Karis walk about five feet this morning, and were so excited about it that they proclaimed her achievement throughout the unit, so we had several nurses and other staff members poking their heads in to congratulate her … Continue reading

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Monday morning, Feb. 27, 2012

I am sitting in Karis’s room completely amazed by what I am seeing:  Karis is up (standing up!!) and taking some steps, with the help of two therapists!  They are saying, “Karis hasn’t  been this strong since before she got … Continue reading

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Sat. Feb. 25, 2012 Happy Birthday, Kri!

This song, Where I Belong, was sent to us by our friend Mary Wedel (hear it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOtsB4O1p3o) Verse 1: Sometimes it feels like I’m watching from the outside Sometimes it feels like I’m breathing but am I alive I will … Continue reading

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Feb. 24, 2012 Happy Birthday, Rochelle!

Karis just enjoyed a special visit from her dear friend Vera and baby Laurence, who is Karis’s godson.  I was delighted that Karis was able to wake up more than she has for the last three days, and even held … Continue reading

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Thurs. Feb. 23, 2012 Happy Birthday, Marsha!!

With the support of two therapists, Karis sat on the edge of her bed this morning and did some exercises with her legs and arms.  It was a lovely thing to see and I’m sure felt good to her, after … Continue reading

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Wed. Feb. 22, 2012 10:00 a.m.

This song, written by our own Stacey Regan, was requested by Karis when Resounding Grace came to sing for her Sunday afternoon.  Again, I wish I could share the melody with you! I offer my Isaac here on your altar, … Continue reading

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Mon. Feb. 20, 2012 7:30 a.m. Hospital day 72

When I got here about half an hour ago, the sweet night nurse greeted me with, “Oh Mrs. Kornfield, Karis isn’t doing very well.”  I had talked with her and with Karis during the night so I already knew what … Continue reading

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