News, updates, and happenings with the Kragnes family: Phil, our Seeing Eye Dogs, and (me) Rebecca.

Today brings more evidence that God probably knows a little something about what Phil needed. Yesterday doctors put chemicals in Phil’s arm to break up the clotsand it seems to be working wear it is supposed to work. Today his doctor had a surgery opening, and he slid right in it to ghet the graft in his thigh put in early. They aren’t worried about him taking the blood thinners, because of the clotting, so he goes in this afternoon for the surgery. Then within a week to ten days, that stupid catheter will come out! Dialysis should work a lot better through the graft, and he should feel better.


Comments on: "good News: a Blessing in Disguise" (3)

  1. Penny Reeder said:

    Rebecca, that’s good news. Good luck to Phil with the surgery today. Hope your lives get back to a better normal soon. Penny

  2. Jeanie Vejil said:

    Hi Rebecca.

    God is definitely watching over Phil. It’s a blessing that he’s getting the graft this afternoon, and I’m sure he’ll feel much better and be a whole lot more comfortable with the graft in place.

    Jeanie and Trudy

  3. Woooo Hoooo! So when is he expected to be able to come home? We can keep Garon as long as need be. We are having no issues and Rowdy has settled down so much in the attention grabbing aspect because of Garon being there. I think he knows that Garon needs the extra loving!!!!

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