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  • Written Sep 15, 2012 1:29pm

    ATTENTION FRIENDS AND FAMILY!!!!!!!
    Sunday October, 28 there will be a benefit for Marah and Kalley and The Water Street Inn!
    Silent Auction, Raffle, Food, Beverages, And Music!
    Please feel free to join us from 4-8 PM

    Donations can be made for auction by contacting Joan Knowlan at 651-324-6275 or Heather Lundgren at 651-308-8184.
    Cash donations can be made and any Bremer Bank in the Sobczak Benefit Account.

    Thank you and hope to see you all there!
  • Written Sep 15, 2012 1:06pm

    Hey Everyone!
    Sorry it has been a while since I have updated, but it has been an incredible week for the Sobczak's!!!! I am Happy to inform you all that Kalley and Marah are both back in their own house! No more trips to the hospital for a while.

    KALLEY: She came home Monday night and is more eager than ever to move around and be independent. She has more and more energy everyday, and is having no problem moving about in her wheelchair. She is hoping to be back at school possibly this upcoming week, and for sure wants to attend the homecoming football game next friday. Happy to be out of the hospital, and happy to eat whatever she wants.

    MARAH: Though a few days later than kalley, she is also at home. She came home Wednesday night, and is being more pampered than she was in the hospital. She has more doctor visits in about 2 weeks, and probably has some more surgery ahead, but we won't know until we get her all checked out.

    Both girls have exercises and instructions to follow but we are just glad to have them back. Both of them got out of the house this morning for Shawnna's soccer gameI!! 'll keep you posted on the rest of their recovery. Thank you all again for everything, you guys are amazing!

    Addie Sobczak and Family
  • Written Sep 8, 2012 10:35pm

    Hello Family and Friends!!
         It has been an awesome couple days for the Sobczak girls! Both out of surgery since Wednesday and have been spending all their time gaining back strength and their sense of humor. Both of them love to joke around and give us a hard time, no matter what the situation. Here's a little update, sorry they are so spaced out!

    KALLEY: What a trooped. She is becoming more and more un-handicapped each day. Many trips in the wheelchair and she has been up and talking the whole time. Her collar bone surgery went awesome, and she is excited to show off her "battle scars" to anyone who stops in. The doctors say we should be able to take her home in the next few days, so she is ecstatic. All she wants is to go back to school, so we are hoping to make that dream a reality for her as soon as possible. overall, she has come very far and is happy to be nearing the end of her stay at the hospital, her antsyness has been getting worse and worse everyday. The cure: home!

    MARAH: Marah has been slowly recovering from a big leg surgery on wednesday. She is doing very well and has been more alert lately than ever, though she still enjoys sleeping as much as ever! Looks like there will be more surgery up ahead for her, but for right now she is enjoying the time off from it. She has also been eating lots of different foods, which is GREAT! Though she will be here for a bit longer than Kalley, she is doing amazingly well, and we couldn't ask for anything more.

    Thank you all for all your help. You have been a blessing to us all, and the meals have been fantastic at home! We have had more cookies than we know what to do with, and we love it. Seriously you guys are amazing, we love you all!
    God Bless every one of you,
    Addie Sobczak and Family

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