Kate’s Story

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  1. Your daughter might be interested in trying Bowenwork. It’s a therapy that originated in Australia but is now worldwide. It is a gentle non- invasive therapy that resets the autonomic nervous system so the body can heal itself. You can read about the therapy and find a practioner near you at Bowenwork.com

    I have my own health challenges and Bowenwork changed my life. It’s kept me out of a wheelchair and has improved the quality of my life drastically. I have seen it work miracles on a variety of imbalances/diseases/pain.

    Please feel free to concact me if you have any questions.

    Sherry Johnson
    [email protected]

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  3. Sherry, I’ve just read this through — my sister-in-law had a aneurysm at 44, six years ago, and has seizures about 24 hrs a day since. She just had her right hippocampus removed and although they saw other damaged tissue in her brain and drained two cysts, she has been seizure free for 3 weeks! My brother is ecstatic and my sister-in-law sounds like her old self — she was allergic to all the meds — ALL of them! I know how the high the toll can be and I love hearing about Kate’s progress — DH is a teacher! πŸ™‚

  4. Sherry ~ I just read through your daughters story and it touches my heart. When I was first starting in elementry school I had seizures and they diagnosed me with epliepsy. I can remember it was awful. Most of the kids in school were very helpful through it all. One day alone I had almost 40 seizures. And just as quickly as it started it stopped when I was about 11. I would be at the hospital once a week for one test after another and I was heavily medicated. But I can not tell you how thankful I am that it stopped.

    I will keep your daughter and family in my thoughts and prayers. I too would love to hear of her progress.


  5. i just found your blog through f.rush…what a story. i hope your daughter remains in “remission” (for lack of a better word)! i also have no idea how you and she feel about dogs, but there are some dogs who can sense seizures before they happen. that might be another option/addition to the drugs.

    please let us know if you meet/exceeded the goal in 2008 and what is the goal/website for 2010?

  6. Sherry… did you make your goal? 2008 was a LONG time ago and I just read this story and I must say I am SO touched by this, what a STRONG YOUNG WOMAN!!!! I only “know” her Mama from SCS and blog land however you strike me as a Stubborn woman! LOL (gal after my own heart) and I am SO touched by the love that just POURED out of this writing…

    Please post more of the comings and goings and notice for this years walk…

    COUNT ME IN SISTER FRIEND I’ll help, I’d walk with ya, but I am SO far away… you could come here and walk with me (in the rain, Western Washington) LOL

    Take care, BE GOOD **in a BAD WAY** at CHA!!!!!



  7. I don’t know how I’ve missed this post after all my visits to your blog but this is the first time I’ve read this. Did Kate make her goal of $1000? How is she doing now?

  8. This beautiful tough apple doesn’t fall far from the tree πŸ˜‰ She is quite a woman, and I will pray that God continues to show favor and bless her all her days πŸ˜‰

  9. Sherry,
    I just recently found your blog. PLEASE post when the next walk is and I will do my very best to attend. I live in Avon, IN., just west of Indy. Thank you for sharing this with us.

  10. Just read this now, Sherry, and hoping all is well with Kate. My dad developed epilepsy as an adult and I can remember as a child how frightening a seizure can be. Can’t imagine with my ‘mom hat’ on how terrified you must’ve been each time you heard the shower water change. Hugs to you and Kate.

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