Home

-Written by Anna-

The last few days have been very full! Mom did not feel well for most of the week. We learned that our insurance had run out and began making preparations to bring Mom home. The days have been exhausting, the stress level at times high and yet tonight I can only say in spite of it all, He has brought Mom home! Tonight, exactly 12 weeks after this journey began we brought her home! A true miracle! Pray for us as we transition and adjust to a new normal once again. And pray for His continued healing touch on Mom!

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Rejoicing!
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  1. Yes, I am praying that God helps in all the details of Katy’s care, as if I were in her shoes and can imagine each movement and need. I cannot imagine the pain. I thank Katy for being as Jesus to me. I also pray for peace and knowledge for you caregivers. With love, Carole

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  2. There is no better place to be than home. Katy, you must be ecstatic! And Stan and Anna…no more traveling back and forth. We know that there is still lots of hard work to be done and we will be praying for each of you as you continue to lean into Jesus and depend on his strength to meet your every need. We love you!

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  3. I thank the Lord that you are home Katy! I believe that you will heal better and faster when you’re in your own home surrounded by the people that love you and care for you. I know that your family has been with you every minute since this started but somehow it’s easier to recuperate at home. Katy the Great, you are a gem. I love you and I’m so proud of you and I admire you.

    Lorelei
    Deuteronomy 31:8

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  4. Katy, Katy, Katy!!!!! You are HOME!! HOME!! HOME!!!

    I’m so happy. So scared! So relieved! Home is the place to be tho, to heal and to go forward.

    I’m thinking of you with a smile on my face as you learn what its like to be at home in a new way. I’m praying for you with gratitude as you face things like not being able to do the normal things in your home that you used to, and trying to figure out new ways. I’m thinking of you and pleading with Jesus to give you a caretaker who will meet all your needs and see your needs before you know them yourself. I’m smiling as I think of you sinking into your own bed with a sigh and waking up to familiar light in your room, curtains on your windows and your own smells and trinkets and people and visitors and meals on plates you picked out and breezes in the open window (okay the last ONLY if its a good day). all that familiar is a healing balm too! much love, vera

    On Mon, Mar 7, 2016 at 10:44 PM, Journey with Katy wrote:

    > lizlind posted: “-Written by Anna- The last few days have been very full! > Mom did not feel well for most of the week. We learned that our insurance > had run out and began making preparations to bring Mom home. The days have > been exhausting, the stress level at times high ” >

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  5. I rejoice with you and will continue to keep holding you up before our Heavenly FATHER! Mary

    Psalm 103:2 Let all that I am praise the Lord; may I never forget the good things He does for me.

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  6. Tears of joy for His goodness! Home is truly where the heart is so rejoicing with you. Might Jesus continue to provide His grace, mercy, strength, wisdom and the full measure of recovery. So good to see your sweet face precious Katy! You are all overcomers as you daily walk this path with Him.

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  7. So thankful to our Heavenly Father for this next step. “Praise God from whom all blessings flow. Praise Him all creatures here below” Praising and thanking and so grateful….especially to actually see you in the picture and know that you are surrounded with love, more than you know. Pastor Stan often quoted James, with “every good and perfect gift cometh down from the Father above” and this is one you will never forget. I feel like you are like Moses coming down from the mountain and radiant with God’s glory. “Oh, to be like thee. Oh, to be like thee, precious Redeemer, pure as thou art. Come in the fullness. Come in thy sweetness. Stamp thine own image, deep on my heart” It is been stamped on yours and it is lovely to behold!

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  8. So happy with you ! welcome at home Katy and we are still praying for all of you.
    Monique from Paris

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  9. Continuing to pray for you all as you move into the next stage of this challenging journey. Soli Deo gloria!!!!

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  10. Katy, welcome home! I’m so thankful to God for bringing you safely home to the comforts and peace of your home and family. Praying for health insurance to cover all your needs while you recover from home, for skilled and loving caregivers to minister to you and assist in rehabilitation. Praying for your well being and peace of mind. Praying this newest transition will be a positive one that will allow you more rest as you heal. I love you Katy.

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  11. Rethia, Larry and I sat on their porch and watched Katy’s arrival home~ we were rejoicing and cheering her on!
    Welcome home, Katy!

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  12. Rejoicing with you – Katy is home!!! Thanks and keeping you lifted to Jesus in prayer – All of you. Much love, Camille

    On Mon, Mar 7, 2016 at 10:44 PM, Journey with Katy wrote:

    > lizlind posted: “-Written by Anna- The last few days have been very full! > Mom did not feel well for most of the week. We learned that our insurance > had run out and began making preparations to bring Mom home. The days have > been exhausting, the stress level at times high ” >

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  13. REJOICING with you, Katy, and all your family in your homecoming!!! Welcome home! Continuing to pray for you! Praying against pain or setbacks as you transition and praying for every step, move and wiggle from here forward!!! LOVE YOU!!!

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  14. ALL: What a 12 week journey for all who are about you!Ā  We love the VICTORY PHOTO.Ā  The Rollings/Howard Household

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  15. We continue to pray for you all daily!! We pray for God’s strength for each of you, for peace, patience, a constant sense of His presence, and healing!!!

    Love, Darlene and Mark

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  16. God is faithful! We are so glad to know you are home Katy! We continue to pray that the insurance will be worked out. We lift up Stan & Anna as they readjust as well. Yea no more driving back and forth!!!
    Blessing upon blessing to all of you but especially for Katy as she heals ā¤ļø

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  17. With tears of joy, I am rejoicing with you!!! So glad to hear that you are home Katy!! Praying for you all as you adjust to yet another new normal. Praying for strength and patience as you face new challenges each day and thankful for a faithful God who will walk every moment with you! Thankful for each milestone no matter how small they may seem… and praying for many more!! Loved the picture… Katy you look beautiful!!

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  18. So glad to see Katy is home. Continued prayers as you all transition to a “new normal.” This is truly amazing!

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  19. Hi Anna and the entire Key familyJ

    I rejoice with you in all God has done for your family in bringing your Mom home.

    There is no place like home.

    Love

    Lisa

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  20. Despite all the adjusting you will have ahead, it must feel so good to have Katy at home. Rejoicing with you all in this milestone! Thanks for sharing the photograph with us.

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  21. Rejoicing with you, Key Family! I continue to pray for Katy and her recovery to full and complete health and healing, for each of you in your daily walk, and for beautiful blessings along the way! God is always with you, every step of the way, and He holds you in His hands of perfect, never-ending love! It is my privilege and honor to know Katy and her family, and I am blessed to be able to walk alongside you in prayer!
    With love and gratefulness, Lisa

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  22. We are in Florida at present and praying for everyone there! What a blessing to see all that support and love for Katy! Keep on keeping on!

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  23. Mount up with wings as eagles…
    Run and not be weary…
    Some periods are definitely to Walk and not faint…
    We ask for sustaining grace as you walk through these tough days of slow recovery.
    Love to you,
    Bill and Judy

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