11 Responses to “Fall Colored Garden!”

  1. Love this card, everything about it! I think going to a neurologist is good, that way all your bases are covered before referral. Also wondering if she has seen a rheumatologist?

  2. Gorgeous colors- love the crispness of the stencil.
    Prayers and Light to y’all. Art Heals, in some small way.

  3. Such a pretty card, Sherry. Best wishes for a positive diagnosis for your daughter! I think it’s time for a trip to Mayo’s.

  4. Oh girl, prayers sent up from here!

  5. sorry to hear Mallory still has not been diagnosed …. I have to keep reminding myself that it is called practicing medicine … not a science, more of an art. Prayers are with you all that you will find the right doctor who can help before too much more time passes.
    Sandra ltb

  6. Love your card Sherry. Very fallish, which is getting close to hitting us here in Atlanta.
    Sorry to hear Mallory is still having trouble. Has she been out of the country. I friend’s sister had similar symptons and it was found to be a parasite. I think she ran fever with her symptoms though. Hope you get a diagnosis soon.

  7. A beautiful card, Sherry!! I’m so sorry about all the hospital time again and hopefully something will be figured out soon!!

  8. A beautiful card, Sherry!! I’m so sorry about all the hospital time again and hopefully something will be figured out soon!!

  9. So sorry to hear Mallory is still suffering, hope she can get some relief or at least know what she is dealing with very soon.
    Lovely splash of fall colors in your card!

  10. Hi Sherry,
    sorry to hear about your daughter (I assume that is who you are talking about?). I was the Director for the W. Slope of Colorado Natl. MS Society for a number of years–they were almost always able to diagnose MS with an MRI. has she seen a neurologist?? I would imagine she has. anyway, hope things get better. will keep her in my prayers.

  11. Love your blog (waaaay back since SCS days!). My first thought when reading Mallory’s symptoms was MS. Unfortunately, a lot of times MS is more or less “diagnosed” after everything else has been eliminated. I hope you find some answers soon, and that your poor girl stays well. Hang in there!

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