[Magdalen] Pray for our daughter Ginny

Ginga Wilder gingawilder at gmail.com
Sun Feb 23 20:27:59 UTC 2020

Ginny has made slow but steady progress this week since being discharged
from hospital.  She has not been able to return to work due to continuing
weakness/exhaustion.  Her voice sounds stronger and she has found some high
protein foods she can tolerate.   I feel much better about her now,
although this recovery will take time and patience.  She has a wonderful
church, with retired clergy stepping in for services and preaching.  Thank
you for keeping her in your prayers.

Ginga Wilder

On Thu, Feb 13, 2020 at 8:38 AM Ginga Wilder <gingawilder at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Friends,
> Our daughter Ginny, who some of you know and who is the rector of St.
> Anne's Episcopal Church in Winston Salem, NC, is in the hospital and very
> sick.  She has a C. Diff. infection that began over the weekend.  She saw a
> GI specialist last week to begin a workup for persistent GI symptoms she
> has had for almost a year - these have nothing to do with the new C. Diff
> infection, although she may have picked that up at the doctor's office.
> She went in the hospital Tuesday and c. diff was identified as the culprit
> of the present symptoms.  She was dehydrated, tachycardic with low BP.  She
> is on IV antibiotics and is making slow progress.  Her GI symptoms
> continue.  Her temp is still elevated (102) and she is sleeping a lot.
> Her condition is complicated by the fact that she has rheumatoid arthritis
> and is immune compromised due to that and the biologic meds she takes for
> that.  John and I will go - up and back - to Winston Salem tomorrow.  We
> need to see our daughter and we can spell Ginny's wife Barbie for a few
> hours.
> Please pray for Ginny.  Thank you.
> Ginga

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