Finally……. - Aria MacDonald

Finally…….

UPDATE:  Aria is relisted at status one for all four organs again as of 4pm/9am NZT today.

So we will just come right out and say it.

Aria’s new bowel has  rejected and her transplant has been unsuccessful.

This is of course profoundly bad news.  Her new liver and kidneys are ok and coping.  But you might of noticed in recent pics that Aria is very yellow, her bili is as high as it was before transplant.  This is because her new bowel has holes in it and the bile is draining her to abdominal wall and into her blood stream.  The liver itself is ok, not too TPN damaged, we know this because her other numbers are fine.

Also she has been battling infection, in particular a bug called Pseudomonas.  This is a nasty bug and it has morphed each time she has had it and it has become resistant to antibiotics.  The last time it was cultured, there was only one drug left to treat it, which we have used now. This doesn’t mean the next time she cultures it, it will fully resistant but there is a reasonable chance it might given it’s past history.

Today Aria is more unstable than she has been previously and we are concerned something is growing and praying hard it is not the dreaded pseudomonas.  Her vent settings are up because she is struggling to maintain her breathing.  Perhaps it has something to do with the water she is drinking and the fact she is throwing it back up and it is going into her lungs and throat.

Aria is in a tight spot for sure.  The light at the end of the tunnel is dim and getting smaller.  When we found out about her rejection there was a moment when we sat on the couch and cried and I shook my fist, literally shaking and crying.  I knew in that moment my faith could go either way- I could hate God and be like ‘are you freaking kidding me Aria has to do this again’ (honesty)- why does it have to be this way!?  Or we could cry out “God you are still Good- we still trust you’.  Our decision- God is still good.  Still loving, still kind in everything He does.

Psalm 27:13-14

13 I am still confident of this:
I will see the goodness of the LORD
in the land of the FREE.

14 Wait for the LORD;
be strong and take heart
and wait for the LORD

We changed the word living to the word FREE.  We are still standing firm with God- we will continue to see His goodness in the land of the Free, America, where he has called us.

We beg and plead with God to please overcome that huge huge mountains that stand in Aria way.  And the same time we give her fully over to Him, asking that He may take her to Glory should that be His will.

Today Aria will be relisted for another bowel, kidney, liver and pancreas transplant.  We wait again for organs and know they need to come soon.  We are sad for the family that donated Aria’s current organs that they aren’t going to provide her with long term life, but they did buy her precious time.

This journey is so EXTREMELY tough and hard and is about to get harder. We know Aria’s recovery will be tougher and Hamish and I are weary from having to face transplant again and watching our precious girl suffer.  We have done a lot of soul searching as to whether we want to put Aria through this again.  It has been very hard, yet very easy.  We see lots of fight in her still, she isn’t giving up and the team here are unanimous in their decision to relist her.  Hamish and I will fight for her and give her the opportunity to live until God makes it clear otherwise

Please surround us with your love and prayers knowing that God is allowing us to do something I NEVER would of thought I could do.   Please join us in begging God for His mighty overuling and supernatural healing in Aria’s body- only He can do this.

93 Responses to “Finally…….”

  1. Ashley says:

    Hi, I found your website through my future Mother-in-law that lives in NZ. I live in omaha right now. I believe she spoke with you about her coming here…
    anyways, I can’t even imagine what you’re going through but I wanted to let you know that I’m praying for you and your family. I also put Aria on my church’s prayer list and just know that we are all calling out to God on your behalf.
    I know that you don’t know me but if there’s anything i can do for you let me know.

  2. J Follas says:

    I don’t really know what to say except that all of my love and thoughts are with you guys at this time, as always. Aria IS a fighter and if there is a way out of this she will most definitely find it. Stay strong guys, you have so much love, faith, and support to keep your spirits lifted. Love always xoxox

  3. Tiffany Keller says:

    I am so saddened to hear that Aria will have to go through this again! I am so sorry! I pray that God will give you comfort, knowing He is in control and that He loves you! I pray that Aria will get another transplant, & that the new one will stick! May God be with you & Bless you!

  4. Michelle McColl says:

    Hamish and Anita, Aria and Asher, please know that my family and I continue to pray for you all, for strength, for people to surround you with God’s love, for the surgeons/medical staffs hands and most of all thank him for the amazing gift you are giving our family in sharing your story. Aria, you are an awesome wee girl, I do pray that we will get to see you grow into a healthy and happy girl and sharing with others the fighting spirit you have within. Our love to you all.

  5. Brenda (NZ) says:

    Dear Anita, I have been reading all your loving reports on Aria and send all my love, thoughts and prayers. You and Hamish are extraordinary people. Aria is only here because of you both. She is a very lucky little girl to have chosen you. Through Aria the world has become a better and closer place. Strangers have connected and work to a common goal; love for a little girl and her family. God is by your side at all times. Thank you for allowing us into your lives. You are already doing all that is possible. bxx

  6. brad and steph says:

    We’re praying. Love you all and know that we are willing to come stay with Asher if you need to be with Aria in the middle of the night.

  7. Tina Coleman says:

    We will continue to pray for Aria and for all of you guys! For you to feel God’s presence more than ever. For His amazing strength and the grace to continue this road. Hang in there!
    Love you,
    Tina

  8. jen says:

    You dont want to know what I said when I first read this post
    Im very sad
    I want to cry
    I want to fight
    I pray with all that I am that another transplant happens quickly
    May the Lord give you strength

    Lord God please may Your supernatural healing enter Aria’s body right now
    MASSIVE HUGS

  9. Kenya & Almariah says:

    Dear Aria. I want you to know that God has you in his sweet hands. I pray and have faith that you are going to get better and this journey on this world is not going to come to an end for you. When I first saw you I saw in you that you had the will to FIGHT. You are your parents joy and I know that is where you get your strength Form. I know for a fact that you are going to get better. I love you and stay strong. I will continue to pray for you my sweet Aria.

  10. Esther says:

    Oh Anita, how gutting! Praying for you guys and wishing you strength for the road ahead.

  11. Martha says:

    I am so sorry to hear the news and will continue praying.

  12. Fran & Dan says:

    I have sat here for the last 10 mins trying to think of something to say..I cant even put myself in your shoes but all that comes into my head is fight the fight. We love you, are here for you and only a phone call away.

  13. Emma Abrahams says:

    Oh Anita! I’m so sorry. Your struggle and continued turning to God deserves a hymn written about it. Here’s one called Praise be to God, the Almighty:

    1. Praise be to God, the Almighty, who rules o’er creation!
    O my soul praise the One who is our health and salvation!
    Join the great throng, wake harp and psalter and song;
    Sound forth in glad adoration.

    2. Praise be to God, who o’er all things is wondrously reigning,
    Who, as on eagle’s wings, is us so gently sustaining!
    Have you not seen all that is needed has been
    Set by a gracious ordaining?

    3. Praise be to God, who has fearlessly, joyfully, made you;
    Health has vouchsafed and, when heedlessly falling, has stayed you.
    What need or grief ever has failed of relief?
    Wings of true mercy have shade you.

    4. Praise be to God, who does prosper your work and defend you;
    Surely such goodness and mercy here daily attend you.
    Ponder anew what the Almighty can do,
    Who with great love does befriend you.

    5. Praise be to God, who, when tempests their warfare are waging,
    Who, when the elements madly around you are raging,
    Bids them to cease, turns then their fury to peace,
    Whirlwinds and waters assuaging.

    6. Praise be to God, O join all in sincere dedication;
    All that has life and breath, come now in deep contemplation!
    Let the Amen sound from all people again,
    Gathered in true adoration.

  14. Anthea says:

    Crying with you here as I read this this morning.
    In awe of your faith, you are total inspirations.
    Sending so many prayers that your faithfulness will be rewarded.
    Also sending a big kiwi hopefilled smile with a side helping of bear hug!

  15. Genevieve/Paws says:

    I don’t what to say, our family continues to pray for you and to cry with you.

  16. Leticia says:

    Can’t comprehend the myraid of emotions you all must be feeling right now. Know that I and my family are praying for you and little Aria. Praying that God will protect little arias fighting spirit and keep her strong, also for you and hamish. You are both so strong and faithful and God will be with you.
    Most importantly, Praying you know Gods peace with whatever His Will is.
    In Christ

    Tesh

  17. Jat says:

    Thinking of you and your family in this difficult time.

  18. Steph VG says:

    Oh wow! I don’t know the right words to use but please know that we are praying earnestly for Aria, and for you all, to have the strength and sense of peace to know that God is in control and is right there with you holding you close. xxxxxxxxxxx

  19. Jo says:

    My thoughts are with all of you. I really hope things happen quickly for Aria. xx

  20. Lori Hollingsworth says:

    LOVE you all…..and praying for God to show Himself so clearly in the midst of this storm!!

  21. Sue (dodgums) says:

    I am standing with you. Hang in there. You are doing so so so well.

  22. Monique Wagener says:

    Oh goodness :( thinking of you guys and sending HUGE cyber hugs for you all!

  23. Rachelle says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and Aria. Praying for a quick availability of organs, a successful transplant, and no bugs!

  24. Lisa Robertson says:

    Anita and Hamish. My heart breaks for your family and Aria having to face this again. It’s rough guys. My love and thoughts and prayers are firmly with you, and once again I stand behind you with the same hope I had back in December – that your dreams for your daughter will become reality. Ah precious wee Aria, we love you lots – big hugs to you sweetie xxx

  25. Heather says:

    Anita and Hamish, my heart goes out to you both. Thoughts and prayers for strength for the two of you and that new organs arrive soon for Aria. xxx

  26. Viv says:

    Words fail – but God doesn’t – as always you’re much in our prayers.

  27. kyna says:

    im so sorry to hear that, what a hard thing for a wee girl to suffer so, and so hard for you her family, this deeply saddens me to hear . i recently watched your doco on tv here in NZ and then looked up your website in hope that your wee girlie will overcome her battles. i still hold that hope, even though i am not a reliegeous person, she is in my thoughts daily as are you guys. kia kaha.

  28. fiona says:

    Dear people- God IS good- but boy His ways are very hard to understand sometimes. MUCH love here for you all- can’t really imagine the anguish you are feeling

  29. Lisa says:

    Kia Kaha guys, be strong, much Aroha to you all

  30. Carolyn O'Cain says:

    My heart is breaking as I read the news of Aria’s rejection. I cannot imagine the place you are in. However, I do know that God gives peace and grace in all circumstances. He will indeed carry each of you through it all. As always, I’ll be praying daily for each of you. Showers of His greatest blessing to all of you.
    In His great and mighty love,
    Carolyn O’Cain

  31. joyce says:

    All I can do is just pray and ask God to just give you his peace and love.He will never forsake you or Aria but only he knows his plan.His will be done.My prayers are with you.

  32. Josh says:

    We too were sorry to hear the news.

    I don’t know if you are familiar with the story of George Muller – if not, I thoroughly recommend it. Through prayer alone Mr Muller fed a large number of orphans, not once missing a meal for them, though at times they did not know where the food would come from even as they gave thanks for it. His ministry (started in the 1800′s) is still going today, and still continuing *today* on the same basis.

    God has kept Aria alive just a little longer. That’s all you need – he will provide when he is ready.

    Heh, and if anyone in Dunedin needs an IT guy….

  33. Josie says:

    Sucky, Sucky, Sucky news! Thankyou for sharing with us and keeping us updated…we continue to stand with you at this times and pray for God’s provision again and strength for you all at this time. Love and prayers and hugs as always xxx

  34. Rua says:

    Our thoughts are with you all at this difficult time.

  35. Mark and Jo says:

    Praise God that your faith can be strengthened through these massive trials. May God’s peace and comfort and strength be completely surrounding you and lifting you up today. And I thank God that through your honesty and sharing of your journey, so many brothers and sisters in Christ can lift Aria and your whole family up in prayer before our Mighty God – through whom ALL things are POSSIBLE!! AMEN

  36. Lisa says:

    My heart goes out to you and your family, brought a tear to my eye this morning as I read your post. Every update I read to my 6yr old Lucia. After reading this post she said ‘well Aria is just gonna have to get some new ones!’ Just if it was that simple! Your Aria is such an amazing wee girl, FIngers crossed some new organs come very soon, Love to you all
    Lisa xx

  37. David & Jill Marshall says:

    We are praying for you all, especially for God’s peace, that passes all understanding. The words of a hymn we sing have been very meaningful to us when facing uncertain and difficult circumstances – I pray they will encourage you, too:

    Sovereign Ruler of the skies,
    Ever gracious, ever wise;
    All my times are in Thy hand,
    All events at Thy command.

    His decrees Who formed the earth
    Fixed my first and second birth;
    Parents, native place, and time,
    All appointed were by Him.

    He that formed me in the womb,
    He shall guide me to the tomb;
    All my times shall ever be
    Ordered by His wise decree.

    Times the tempter’s power to prove;
    Times to taste the Saviour’s love;
    All must come, and last, and end,
    As shall please my heavenly Friend.

    Plagues and deaths around me fly;
    Till He bids, I cannot die;
    Not a single shaft can hit,
    Till the God of love sees fit.

    John Ryland 1753 – 1825

  38. Brenda says:

    I am so sorry to hear this, sending prayers to give you all the strength needed and that the new organs will work and come soon.

  39. Kathie (Matisse's Gran) says:

    I am so sorry to read your latest report, that little darling has been through so much, my heart breaks to know that the outcome has not been what we all hoped and prayed for. Constantly thinking of you as you begin another long journey.

  40. Katie says:

    I have been following Aria’s story this year, and have not posted anything before. I don’t know what to say, your story made me cry today. I will pray for you. I just wanted you to know, your story has changed my view of parenting, we now view anything that happens to our children as a good thing really – something we can manage and work through, whereas previously lots of things seemed like a nightmare. Now there is very little that could happen in our family that we would view as a nightmare or a disaster, as long as our children are healthy and alive, really we are living a dream and we can cope with anything else that comes along. We are more positive and thankful with our children now. Thank you for having that influence on us.

  41. Lyaine says:

    As so many have said today,I’m Oh so sorry to hear this and that I truly don’t understand Gods ways at times. I will continue to pray, especailly that they can get that bug cleared or at least under control by time a new organs become available.
    Can they not just transplant just the bowel? Or does she have to have all 4 organs from the same donnor.?
    keep up the good fight.

  42. Amanda says:

    I’m so so sorry to hear this bad news – I don’t know what to say – but you are all in my thoughts…

  43. Mary Rose says:

    It must have been such an extra hard few days for you both.To have to go thru the transplant road again must be very hard.I just assumed it would just be for the bowel.Prayer will continue for you all.I love the fact that of all the books Aria chose it was on a subject most dear to her.Go Aria and Green Dolly

  44. Linley and Bill says:

    We are very sorry to hear this bad news, but we pray for you all, and hope for an early transplant for Aria.

  45. Nikki says:

    To say I am absolutely devastated at this news would be a massive understatement, though at the same time I feel awful saying so, as I know your own pain will be a thousand times worse than our puny sorrow. Know that we are thinking of you all, as you once again face up to the ordeal of further surgery for Aria. Have courage. Lots of love, Nikki and Rob. xxxx

  46. Kelli says:

    We will never understand why these things happen, but we must believe God only gives us what he knows we can handle.
    Aria is a fighter and you make her strong with your ever positive attitude and we will continue to back you all and pray for Aria and pray for strength for you, Anita and Hamish.
    Light and love to you all, I am so sorry you have to suffer through this set back but If anyone can deal with this I am confident you can. You are an amazing family and have amazing strength.
    My prayers are with you always.

  47. Shannon & Simon Stratford says:

    Dear Anita, Hamish, Aria and Asher, we am so sorry to hear this sad news, our thoughts, love, hugs and hope are being sent your way. Be strong and take care, keeping you all close in our hearts.

  48. John & Alison Cherrington says:

    Aria is one tough little girl, keep positive there is light at the end of the tunnel. You are great family stay with it. Love John & Alison.

  49. Maria says:

    Through a friend of a friend of yours, I heard about your daughter. Thank you for sharing this testimony. I am praying for you and your children. Your family is truly precious. Thank you for being a picture of what it looks like to love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength. He is good.

  50. Laura & Bernie says:

    oh Anita & Hamish that is so sad, our thoughts and prayers are with you all ..
    take care & God Bless
    huge huge hugs

  51. Bronwyn says:

    What crushing news for you all…. my heart breaks for you, a very hard place to be in…. yet you are managing to cling on to God – and I pray you will be able to continue do that, knowing you have so many people pleading Aria’s case before him. You need people to carry you right now, in prayer – may all of us who have commented here lift you up constantly before God and NOT let it rest. Wishing I could give you a big hug – sending a virtual one.

  52. Megan says:

    I can’t imagine how you must be feeling now, thinking of you and remaining confident that Aria WILL be okay!

  53. Brenda Tabuteau says:

    Thinking of you. Devastated by this news. Hugs from us (Nicole’s Mum and Dad)

  54. Kathleen and Anita says:

    We are so proud to be the cousins of such two young people who have chosen to TRUST God even in the dark.
    Love ya lots

  55. Natalie and Cody says:

    Oh dear god no am crying right now – You guys words fail me i am sending all my strength love and praying that a miracle will happen hugs hugs hugs love and light

  56. Lisa says:

    My heart breaks for you Anita. Lots and lots of hugs and best wishes for Aria, I hope fantastic organs come soon and she fights those bugs.

  57. Liz says:

    I’m so very sorry you have to all go through this again.

    How blessed is Aria to have you for parents.

  58. Kat says:

    My heart is breaking for you guys that you have to go through this again. Your post brought me to tears. I will be praying for you and passing your prayer request on. May the peace and love of God be with you.

  59. Jude says:

    You are all so strong and brave..my heart goes out to Aria and her family..love, hugs and prayers to you all..xxx

  60. Julie says:

    Wow what a heart breaking yet beautiful post. Beautiful in the sense that your faith in the God who truly is good and loves and cares for you all continues on being strong despite such difficult circumstances. I am so sorry that your journey is about to get harder yet again. Still praying that God will sustain you as He has thus far.

  61. Angela Robinson says:

    My thoughts and prayers and love is all beaming your way. I only hope that sharing your self and family with us all (which I so personally consider an honour) is helping you through this difficult time. Kia Kaha little Aria.

  62. Marie says:

    Your incredible faith continues to blow me away guys! That on its own is a testimony to so many! We’ll continue to pray and beg on your behalf!
    Loads of love from all the Callander Clan

  63. Melvyn & Sally says:

    So very sorry to hear this sad news; be assured all of you, and especially brave little Aria, are status one in so many prayers around the world. Kia kaha.

  64. Samantha Sutherland says:

    While there is life there is hope. And boy Miss Aria has a long way to go still. She is a proven battler and so are you two, well seasoned battlers I would say.I know your hearts must be breaking again with the thought of what Aria must again go through but you have never once wavered and I know you will never give up. I know you have felt some terrible emotions and had to face things a parent should never ever have to face but you both are so full of strength when you need it, so inspiring, so dedicated and are the parents and human beings we all aspire to be. Lots of love to you both xxx

  65. Mark & Jess Smith says:

    Hamish, Anita, Aria and Asher. We are joining the many others in praying for you both as a family and in the small groups we are in. We have prayed for you all through this journey but pray for particular strength, wisdom and ability to depend on God all the more as this trial seems to go on and become more intense. Hang in there and may God enable you to continue to walk this hardship in faith.

  66. Shortly says:

    How incredibly sad and overwhelming for you. Status One – yay , I will be praying that suitable organs are available soon and that Aria will be ready to recieve them. My love and prayers are with you.

  67. Judy Palmer says:

    I too was very sad with this post and pray that our God supplies new organs soon and that he will also be a comfort to the family who will lose their beloved child. Stay strong in your faith Anita and Hamish and know that we are praying for you all. Yours in Christ,
    Judy.

  68. chrissy Hallberg says:

    aria will be rapt in Jesus precious arms,he is the healer,god bless you Aria and your mummy and daddy and your little brother. chrissy

  69. Priscilla says:

    Writing this with tears in my eyes… cannot begin to comprehend one iota of the rollercoaster of emotions you all must be experiencing right now… love and many prayers.

    The Lord is close to the broken hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. A righteous man may have many troubles, but the Lord delivers him from them all.
    –Psalms 34: 18-19

    *Priscilla*

  70. Lauren says:

    Praying for you here too. Words don’t feel like enough, but we will keep praying. xx

  71. Jaclyn Smith says:

    My heart goes out to you all….. you are all amazing and I know that God has everything planned already…. I’m just sorry it’s so darn difficult for you all.

    Much love xxxxx

  72. Lisa Raymond says:

    I am feeling very sad but will pray tonight that Aria is in Gods safe hands and that everything will be o.k.

  73. Kerryn Christensen says:

    Oh Hamish and Anita, my heart goes out to you. I just can’t believe that this is happening, and have tears in my ears reading your post. You are an inspiration in the way you keep finding the strength to keep going, to keep trusting God in the midst of such a heartbreaking situation. May you continue to find supernatural strength and hope in the waiting time ahead. And we will certainly be praying that another doner will come along ASAP. Much love xxx

  74. Nikki says:

    This thought came to me today while I was pondering Aria’s situation. As you say, America is the Land Of The Free – that’s what it’s National Anthem says. It is also the home of the brave. For now, it is your temporary home, and all of you are very brave. Be strong.

  75. Shirley Davy says:

    Right with you in prayer and hearts aching for you all. X

  76. Karen says:

    Hi guys
    Such a huge blow for you all. Rest assured we are all praying for you all. I just want to hug you and say its ok! You are all so strong and positive it is so sad these set backs are put in your way. If only you were here in NZ i would come a sit with you and just be there for you. Please know that though you are all so far away there are many many people praying and sending their love and positive thoughts to you all. Remember to have a little ‘you’ time as this gives you the energy to carry on. Fingers toes and everything are crossed for you that a donor will arrive before too long. x x

  77. ninny says:

    OH WOW, thats huge! Thankfully we have a God who specialises in huge. Prayers and love and thoughts coming your way. You are amazing and God will sustain you.

  78. Cath says:

    To have come so far and done so much will not ever count for nothing. You have been true to your nature and true to Aria to reach this far. You might yet catch a star. In any case, your faith has caught the hearts of all who have come with you on this journey, and that too will not ever count for nothing.

    Kia kaha.

  79. Christine MacDonald says:

    Our sweet precious Aria you have fought so hard and been so brave, keep fighting sweetie, praying that this bug will clear and new organs will come soon. Ham, Anita, Ashie and Aria you have all been through so much already and your amazing faith and strength has been a wonderful testimony to us all. May God surround you with his loving arms and give you strength for each day and a peace that only He can give. Love you all

  80. pippa says:

    We are all devastated for you. I hope you can feel all the love coming your way even though we are far away. Kia kaha and big, ginormous hugs.

  81. Belinda - LF says:

    Oh no! Such devestating news. Praying praying praying for you all, and especilly your precious Aria. Keep fighting princess.
    Belinda ((((HUGS))))

  82. Marybeth says:

    God bless you and Aria, for I hope everything in the end works out well!!

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  84. Rubina Vawter says:

    Chin up guys! She’s getting another chance!

  85. Jen Cato says:

    Hang in there, folks! We’re all praying over here in Missouri and in Illinois. It won’t stop until she’s free to go home!! I know it looks rough atm, but she is getting another chance and I know she’s a strong and beautiful girl and will pull through this still!! Praise God for all He’s done and we’ll continue to keep praising him!! :D

  86. Jaime says:

    Sorry to read of this news. Hoping that organs will come soon for Aria and that her 02 sats stay as they are. thinking of you all xx

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  88. Caroline says:

    Have read your story in The Press this morning which led me to find your website. Nothing I can say right now will express how incredable you are as a family to be going through this extreemly tough and heartbreaking time. I am but a simple kiwi, studing for a nursing degree with three children of my own. I have this overwhelming urge to help you and your little girl in some way and I know that all I can do is pray to our loving and mighty God that your daughter recieve another transplant that will be succesfull. God bless, Caroline in Christchurch New Zealand

  89. Glenys says:

    My thoughts and love go out to you I know the hard battle you are going through (all of you) and just wanted to say stay strong you have come along way and your love and faith will help you through. I have had the Starship hospital experience and my daughter had the bug Pseudomonas along with many others,she had no immune
    system. We followed a similar path to you although didn’t get transplants. Stay strong love and kisses to Aria.

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“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”- Jeremiah 29:11