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Audra Skibo teaches Zumba on the Jeffersonville YMCA each Monday and Friday morning. That is despite an sickness that ought to have sidelined her greater than a decade in the past.
“I am stage 5. There’s 5 levels of kidney illness and I am stage 5,” she advised WLKY after Friday’s class.
Skibo’s kidneys are failing and he or she wants a transplant. Nonetheless, she continues educating and smiling each step of the best way.
“It simply amazes me. I simply can’t imagine that is my daughter. I am so pleased with her,” her father, Bob Fischer, who attended Friday’s class, stated.
Skibo discovered she wanted that kidney final yr. On the time, due to the pandemic, she was educating remotely over Zoom. However, as quickly as she may, she returned to the YMCA and he or she’s made it a degree to not miss class.
“It is exhausting, some days I’ve to push tougher,” she stated, insisting the category and her college students give her a purpose to rise up within the morning.
In reality, Skibo stated she’ll solely miss class to get surgical procedure as soon as she will get a kidney.
“I will educate till I can not anymore after which I will be off for 6-12 weeks for restoration after which I will be again. I’ve a purpose to come back again,” Skibo stated of her class that now wears ‘Crew Audra’ shirts on Mondays and Fridays.
These desirous to know extra about Audra’s journey can observe the ‘Crew Audra’ web page on Fb. To find out about the right way to begin the method of turning into a kidney donor e-mail email@example.com or name the Transplant Middle on the College of Kentucky at 859-323-2467.
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