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Prayers for Mitzi, the flower girl on McKinley Lane



2020-09-15 - McKinley Lane, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
The little yellow butterfly finding its food inside the Hibiscus blossom in the Bault garden reminds us of the works of Mother Nature and the miracles that happen all around us every day. This is a request for prayers for miraculous healing for Mitzi so she can get back to gardening and canning with Ricky, growing flowers and kayaking with friends, and keep up with her continuous mission of helping others. She is home from the hospital and focused on the work of fighting cancer and trying to gain weight. Click here for more of her story.

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