Team Maggie Update Day 22
Prayers do work! We mentioned last night that Maggie's blood pressure was an issue and we asked you to pray, and this morning it was stable. It's still an issue, but Maggie's urologist who's monitoring her kidney has a plan to keep them stable!
Maggie had a good night's sleep. She visited with some friends yesterday and there was lots of make-up applied, including some freckles as you can see from the picture!
This morning, she's doing an art project with a volunteer. Her labs are good and Maggie is happy :)
She received 50 cards yesterday and 15 packages! You guys rock! She absolutely loves all the mail!
Mark your calendar for Monday, August 19th, because that night will be a Team Maggie Night at Miguel’s Mexican Restaurant on the Hogan Road in Bangor. They will be donating 10 percent of all the dinner sales to Team Maggie, and there will be a 50/50 raffle. If you would like to help with the planning, please call Chris Popper at 941-1994 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maggie turns 5 on August 19th. She will be in the hospital still on her birthday. If you’d like to send a card or a gift, her address is
BMT Unit Floating 6
Attention: Maggie Rudnicki
750 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02111
I asked Maggie’s mom what she likes and this is Lauren’s reply
“She loves the Boston bruins, lip gloss and scary things (ghost stories, vampires, goosebumps books etc) those are a few favorites but honestly just well wishes are all she needs!”
Please keep praying. Prayers do work! They’ve made those little white cells grow, and those white blood cells are what’s making Maggie feel so good. The change in in the past Week has been nothing short of miraculous! Pray for a peaceful night and week ahead. Pray for a sense of calmness for Maggie, Lauren and the entire Rudnicki family. Pray that those white blood cells continue to grow, and grow quickly! Pray for healing, pray for strength! Pray that they can be discharged to the Neely House soon! Pray that Maggie can swallow the medicine and not need a nasal tube.
You can make a donation to help defray the medical and travel costs associated with Maggie’s care. Maggie has been down in Boston for over 4 weeks. If you want to make a donation, click HERE for the details
We now have over 100 photos of Team Maggie support up on the site. If you want to send your picture, you can upload it HERE or just click HERE to view them all.Please note, if you do upload them, they don’t appear instantly, as we are moderating all pictures, just to insure appropriate content. You can also send me your pictures directly at email@example.com.
More later. Keep the faith Team Maggie!