Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Thank you all for the kinds thoughts. My daughter suffered a stroke at the age of 26. The doctors went in and removed a large blood clot and have put a catheter in to deliver medicine to a smaller clot to dissolve it. I am thinking healing thoughts for my daughter.


  1. Kathleen,

    My prayers are with you and your daughter. I am so sorry to hear that. Hopefully she will have a swift and full recovery! I know several people much older than her who were able to live a normal life after a stroke, or a few strokes. So there is certainly hope!


  2. Hi Kathleen,

    I am sorry to hear that. I pray that she will recover quickly. I will keep hes in my prayers, as well as you and your family to ease this troubled time.


  3. Kathleen, I can't imagine what a tough time you have had the last couple weeks. You and your daughter have been in my thoughts. I hope she has a swift and full recovery.


  4. Kathleen,
    I can only imagine what you are going through. Thank you for sharing with us. In doing my love and kindness excersise in the coming weeks please know that your family will be in my thoughts. I am sending as much possessive energy as I can and know that your daughter will be doing better soon. Take it one day at a time

    Sent with love,

    Kelly Aytes

  5. Thank you all for the well wishes. Allison is doing very well. She is in a regular hospital room and talking and walking (with assistance). I brought her keyboard into the room so she could play some music, and she remember how to play! She has some memory lapses but they say that will improve over time.