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Loveness from Zambia on Nov 16, 2017
Loveness is doing well this week! She has not had surgery this week and is a little anxious to get that out of the way as soon as possible. In the meantime, she is keeping herself busy. She got a pair of shoes today that she was excited to try on, on one foot. She can't wait to be able to wear a pair of shoes on both feet someday soon! Please be praying Loveness and her healing process!
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Loveness from Zambia on Nov 08, 2017
Loveness is doing well today! She is sporting just one pair of shoe, and is anxiously waiting the day where she will get to use the other one. In the meantime, she is smiling and is happy and is thanking God that everyday she gets closer to the day when she will be all better! Please be praying for her!
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Loveness from Zambia on Nov 07, 2017
Loveness is doing well today! She's no longer going to the theater as her surgery date has been pushed to next week. So, we did something fun with her, we read her get-well messages! She is most thankful to know people like you are out there praying for her and wishing her well. Thank you for your support, and please do continue to pray for her!
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Loveness from Zambia on Nov 06, 2017
Loveness had a restful weekend! She had great company spending time with her friend Ruth. Loveness got some sun glasses too, and she is rocking them everywhere in the ward. Women in black? No? Ok! She is in good spirits and is definitely enjoying company with her friend. Please be praying for her as she will be going to theater tomorrow!
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Loveness from Zambia on Nov 02, 2017
For todays photo update, Loveness picked a spot where she wanted her photo taken! The swings! She hopped there on one leg, sat down and then suddenly hid her face because she was shy and wasn't ready for her photo. After a few tries, we finally got a photo that she said we could use. We love how interactive Loveness has become. She is so much more confident these days and we love it! Her foot is getting better although it gets sore sometimes. Please be praying for Loveness and her full recovery!
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Loveness from Zambia on Oct 31, 2017
Time to hangout in the playroom! Loveness loves this time of her day. Thank you for partnering with us to make playrooms in our hospitals possible! It brings so much joy to the kids we love and serve. Please continue to pray for Loveness and her stay in the hospital.
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Loveness from Zambia on Oct 30, 2017
The photo on the left is what Loveness' weekend was about. On Friday, she underwent MUA for her foot and got a cast change after. This was quite painful for her, and so she spent most of Friday and the weekend healing. The photo on the right is Loveness today, up and about! This girl can't be held back! She is doing so much better today. Please be praying for Loveness and that the week ahead will be a good one full of rest and quick recovery!
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Loveness from Zambia on Oct 26, 2017
While Loveness waits to get surgery, she is keeping busy working on her reading and math problems and she's also working on her bracelet making skills. This is for sure making her stay at the hospital more fun and busy! She is a happy girl! Please be praying for Loveness as she waits for the doctors to come up a treatment plan for her.
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Loveness from Zambia on Oct 23, 2017
Else is back from her training in the United States and the playroom is fully functioning again! This is Loveness' favorite place in the Children's ward! Here, Else helps her continue to improve her reading skills and her math solving skills. Please be praying for Loveness, that her time in the hospital would produce good progress in healing and learning!
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Denzel from Zambia on Oct 22, 2017
Denzel has been cleared to go home and only come back for a check up in three months time. He has a type of clubfoot that is easier to correct, and for now it's been corrected! He also doesn't need to wear braces anymore. The doctors will keep an eye on him to make sure his clubfoot doesn't regress. For now, though, his mom and grandma are all smiles! This means Denzel and his mom get to go to their home in another city that they have been away from since he was born. What a joy! Please continue to pray for this family!
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Costa from Zambia on Oct 22, 2017
Elizabeth and her aunt Martha are all smiles because Costa is getting braces! This is such great news for Elizabeth, a mom who three weeks ago, was talking about the uncertainty that comes from navigating a whole new world like she and her son are doing as they deal with clubfoot. But they are making progress and this is so encouraging for this new mom and her son! She is also blessed to have her mom and mom's sister coming along on followups. She has great support! Thank you for being part of this support by praying for Costa and his family.
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Costa from Zambia on Oct 22, 2017
It's a family affair! Costa came back to CURE for his check up this time with his mom, and two grandma's who were all standing by him while he was in the water basin waiting to get his cast off. He is making great progress, we hear he might even get braces soon! Please be praying for this sweet boy and his family!
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Chrispin from Zambia on Oct 22, 2017
Last week Friday was a great day for Felistus and her son Chrispin! He has done so well- he got braces! This has made Felistus a happy mom because her son is making a lot of progress. Chrispin doesn't like the shoes much because he cried a lot when he wore them, but we hope he adjusts soon enough. Please join us in praying for Felitus as she continues navigating through her son's healing process.
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Loveness from Zambia on Oct 19, 2017
Loveness and some of the older girls in the ward got a fun treat when two grade school girls doing community service decided to stop by CURE Zambia to spend time with the girls and play games with them. It was nice to see all the girls light up as they played games together. Loveness sure felt loved! We are thankful for people like you and others that take time to support, pray and love on the kids in our hospital. It means the world to our kids! Thank you for coming alongside us. Please continue to pray for Loveness as she awaits surgery, which has been rescheduled to sometime next week.
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Loveness from Zambia on Oct 16, 2017
Loveness had a good weekend! She won't be having surgery today, but she will tomorrow. This is going to give her more time to rest and get better prepped. She spent some time earlier today with everyone else singing praises to God in the ward. Please be praying for her and her upcoming surgery!
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