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Wendy O'Brien
Wendy O'Brien
I was thinking about Kate and her journey, the journey followed by so many people around the country, filled with hope and prayer.  Uniting people from all walks of life to pray for Kate and your family may be a secondary purpose of the journey.  Seeing the outpouring of love and concern for all of you lifts my spirits in a different way and reminds me of God's goodness.  You are always in my prayers.
carolyn oliver
Carolyn Oliver in VA
Animals can make a big difference in the lives of children, and for adults for that matter.  But I remember always having a dog when I was growing up and if a day didn't go well, that dog heard all about it --he would seem to listen and I would end up feeling much better.  Maybe the surgery on her leg will be a blessing in disguise if she does have to have it.  She is so beautiful - no brace can hide that lovely face.  She has had so much and such serious issues that tears are certainly warranted.  We would all wipe them away with love if we could.  We love her and pray for that sweet smiling little girl.  Carolyn
Ginger Waggoner
Ginger Waggoner
Kate has shown such amazing strength through all these trials and it's heartbreaking to hear how upset she is.  She has been such a brave little girl and this meltdown is so justified.  So glad she has a new little friend to keep her company...puppy's love so unconditionally.  My prayers are with you all.

danielle condon
Danielle

Dear McRae Family,


Prayers coming your way for more acceptance of the new braces and for Gods Graces. Every time I read your blogs I cry, not just because of what is written but how it is written. You have so much Love and worry and concern in your heart when you write I can feel it as I read your words. Kate is def lucky to have such a supporting family. I am a mother to a 5 1/2 yr old so when I decided to follow your story I was a little hesitant because it hits to close to home, and it is hard to imagine being in your situation. In reading your blogs I have seen what it would  feel like to have a sick child, the long worry filled days, the un-ending prayers, the uncertain doctors visits and the sadness. I pray that GOD takes all the worry and waiting and sickness from your precious little one, I will keep hoping for good news regarding her Femur.  GODBLESS you all in the McRae Family, May this year bring you lots of wonderful new adventures without sickness or worry. :)

Lots of Love from TEXAS

Danielle Condon

Wendy O'Brien
Wendy O'Brien
I was thinking about Kate and her journey, the journey followed by so many people around the country, filled with hope and prayer.  Uniting people from all walks of life to pray for Kate and your family may be a secondary purpose of the journey.  Seeing the outpouring of love and concern for all of you lifts my spirits in a different way and reminds me of God's goodness.  You are always in my prayers.
carolyn oliver
Carolyn Oliver in VA
Animals can make a big difference in the lives of children, and for adults for that matter.  But I remember always having a dog when I was growing up and if a day didn't go well, that dog heard all about it --he would seem to listen and I would end up feeling much better.  Maybe the surgery on her leg will be a blessing in disguise if she does have to have it.  She is so beautiful - no brace can hide that lovely face.  She has had so much and such serious issues that tears are certainly warranted.  We would all wipe them away with love if we could.  We love her and pray for that sweet smiling little girl.  Carolyn
Ginger Waggoner
Ginger Waggoner
Kate has shown such amazing strength through all these trials and it's heartbreaking to hear how upset she is.  She has been such a brave little girl and this meltdown is so justified.  So glad she has a new little friend to keep her company...puppy's love so unconditionally.  My prayers are with you all.

danielle condon
Danielle

Dear McRae Family,


Prayers coming your way for more acceptance of the new braces and for Gods Graces. Every time I read your blogs I cry, not just because of what is written but how it is written. You have so much Love and worry and concern in your heart when you write I can feel it as I read your words. Kate is def lucky to have such a supporting family. I am a mother to a 5 1/2 yr old so when I decided to follow your story I was a little hesitant because it hits to close to home, and it is hard to imagine being in your situation. In reading your blogs I have seen what it would  feel like to have a sick child, the long worry filled days, the un-ending prayers, the uncertain doctors visits and the sadness. I pray that GOD takes all the worry and waiting and sickness from your precious little one, I will keep hoping for good news regarding her Femur.  GODBLESS you all in the McRae Family, May this year bring you lots of wonderful new adventures without sickness or worry. :)

Lots of Love from TEXAS

Danielle Condon

Wendy O'Brien
Wendy O'Brien
I was thinking about Kate and her journey, the journey followed by so many people around the country, filled with hope and prayer.  Uniting people from all walks of life to pray for Kate and your family may be a secondary purpose of the journey.  Seeing the outpouring of love and concern for all of you lifts my spirits in a different way and reminds me of God's goodness.  You are always in my prayers.
carolyn oliver
Carolyn Oliver in VA
Animals can make a big difference in the lives of children, and for adults for that matter.  But I remember always having a dog when I was growing up and if a day didn't go well, that dog heard all about it --he would seem to listen and I would end up feeling much better.  Maybe the surgery on her leg will be a blessing in disguise if she does have to have it.  She is so beautiful - no brace can hide that lovely face.  She has had so much and such serious issues that tears are certainly warranted.  We would all wipe them away with love if we could.  We love her and pray for that sweet smiling little girl.  Carolyn
Ginger Waggoner
Ginger Waggoner
Kate has shown such amazing strength through all these trials and it's heartbreaking to hear how upset she is.  She has been such a brave little girl and this meltdown is so justified.  So glad she has a new little friend to keep her company...puppy's love so unconditionally.  My prayers are with you all.

danielle condon
Danielle

Dear McRae Family,


Prayers coming your way for more acceptance of the new braces and for Gods Graces. Every time I read your blogs I cry, not just because of what is written but how it is written. You have so much Love and worry and concern in your heart when you write I can feel it as I read your words. Kate is def lucky to have such a supporting family. I am a mother to a 5 1/2 yr old so when I decided to follow your story I was a little hesitant because it hits to close to home, and it is hard to imagine being in your situation. In reading your blogs I have seen what it would  feel like to have a sick child, the long worry filled days, the un-ending prayers, the uncertain doctors visits and the sadness. I pray that GOD takes all the worry and waiting and sickness from your precious little one, I will keep hoping for good news regarding her Femur.  GODBLESS you all in the McRae Family, May this year bring you lots of wonderful new adventures without sickness or worry. :)

Lots of Love from TEXAS

Danielle Condon