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One of our stampin' family needs thoughts, prayers, cards!!

Karen Knegten.........a wonderful and active stamper here on Stamp TV.........is in the hospital.  She just had surgeries for brain aneurysms and will have a long recovery.  If you pray I'm sure her and her family would appreciate every prayer.  If you could send a card I know each and every one will show her how much we all care and shower her with love and support!


You can also leave a message here and we'll direct her hubby here so they can read all the encouraging words!!

Address updated below................

UPDATE: April 3 -

Vicki spoke with Karen today and she said she wanted to wash her hair and to stamp!!!  Now THAT is a fabulous update already!!!!  So, so wonderful to hear!!!!!


UPDATE: April 10 -

From Tina:

Hey all... asking everyone to please continue praying!  Karen isn't doing so well. She's losing electrolytes and is not just tired... but exhausted. Her hubby, CJ, ask that you continue remembering her in your prayers. She's still in ICU and it seemed like she was just moving along fabulously but now they are struggling with getting her brain to understand she needs the electrolytes. Thank you for your support and continued prayers. *HUGS*


UPDATE: April 19 -

The only new info is that she is still in ICU recovering slowly.  I know she's enjoying all the cards and prayers and thoughts!!  We'll keep them coming her way and hopefully hear more news soon!


UPDATE: April 21 -

From Camille:

"Day 21: Karen was moved to a regular room late yesterday afternoon but it will be a short stay as she will be going to rehab. Karen will let you all know when she is ready to start communicating with you. On Karen's behalf, as well as all of us, thank you for your continued support, prayers, and good wishes. since Karen's whereabouts are in limbo, please feel free to mail cards to her
c/o R.S.V.P. Rental Services, 350 W. Northwest Highway, Barrington IL 60010
and I will make sure she gets them. Thanks!"

((I just wanted to add that Karen's birthday is April 28 if you want to send along a special birthday wish too!))


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Yes, I'd like to know about where to send cards too.  Since I'm in Australia, the delivery is generally at least two weeks, so it could present a problem.

Thanks for the update Vicki!! Been thinking a lot about you Karen!  Keep it up and you will be back in business real soon!  Take care!

Karen Shirey said:

Wonderful news!  Thank you for keeping us updated Vicki.   Do we send cards to the hospital or to her home to be delivered by family?



Vicki Dutcher, GKD DT said:

UPDATE!  i physically just talked to Karen!  She sounds FABULOUS!!  Very coherent and ready to stamp!  She is still in ICU and not sure how much longer but all she wants to do is WASH HER HAIR!!  LOL  Sounds good to me!

I told her to expect lots of cards--- Let's bury her in them!!

Thanks for all your prayers and well wishes -- it is working!!

Great update news! Continued prayers for Karen! 

Praying for a speedy recovery Karen!

Karen - I'm sending you healing thoughts and prayers tonight from Germany! I can't wait to get back to the states so I can stamp again and can send you a card or two! Big hugs to you and your family and many prayers for a speedy recovery.
Karen, I pray that by the time u see this you are well on the way to recovery. God's blessings to you and your family.

Karen, praying for your speedy recovery! Get well soon.

That is amazing news!! I am so happy to hear that you are ready to stamp again just amazing. I will be praying for you Karen, everyday. I hope you have a speedy recovery and come back home soon. I am so happy you are doing better..

Hang in their Karen, it's been a rough ride, with bumps - highs and lows. We are here for you!!!! 

Oh no, this is terrible.  Get better, Karen!  We all miss and love you.

My prayers are continuing for her and her family.  Karen, we miss ya!!! Get well real soon lady :-)

Continued good thoughts for Karen to get well.

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