Nan Mustard's Recovery

This blog is a record of Erin (Nan) Mustard's recovery.

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Sunday morning - the sun is shining

Dear Friends

It is sunday morning and I'm just back from the airport where I picked up Nikki and Keanna. They flew all night after Loree Rister was kind enough to help them get there on time. We are so glad they are here. Right now we are in the holiday day room, all 6 of us. Will be interesting to see how we fit tonight.

On the way to the hotel I called Nan's nurse and got the report. At that point Nan was pretty well stable, has a lower fever and had an OK night. During today and tomorrow we are praying for improvements to begin. However we know we remain in a very delicate place at this point so every visit is important and precious.

We will post later after we visit Nan this morning. We are overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and prayer reports that are coming from all of you. Let me tell you, it makes a difference to know about all the many people taking time to pray. It is our hearts desire that God will find it in His will to give Mom back her life, that she can enjoy having no tumors again, that she can enjoy life with Keanna and the family.

Thank you for praying and please keep the prayers ascending to our loving God for precious Nan.

with appreciation and deep effection.



  • At 6:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Dear Tim & Family,

    It's wonderful that Your family can be together and support each other at this most important time.
    Our thoughts all day yesterday seemed to be constantly drawn to Boston and Dear Nan.
    We had My birthday Dinner with Our good friends the Guptill's and shared Your bloog with them and They are firmly in the Prayer chain for You too.What rejoicing there will be when Nan is over this crisis and can see Her dear Grand Daughter. It will be a treatment that no Dr. can match for Her to see that Sweet face and hear her say , "Hi Nanna "

    We continue in Prayer For You All.

    Much Love,

    Bob & Carrol.

  • At 6:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Emily and I want to assure the Mustard family that our thoughts and prayers are with you.Enjoyed a brief visit with Nikki at church yesterday.

    All our best to you.


  • At 6:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Friends are great, but there's nothing like family being together during a crisis. We rejoice that Nan's fever is down and she is resting comfortably.

    Love ~ Roger and Carol

  • At 7:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Dear Tim and family,
    I have been keeping Nan and all of you in my thoughts and prayers and will continue to do so. Please let Nan know how many people care for her. I'm hoping she will recover soon and am glad that the family is all together now.
    With hope and love,

  • At 7:32 AM, Blogger Gerry & Barb said…

    Hi Tim, Jason, Dana, Sharon and now Nikki and Keanna! How surprised Nan will be to open her eyes and see Keanna, her darling sweetheart. First thing this morning I came to see if you had added to the blog. It is so nice to get your messages and updates. We are praying for a good day for Nan today. I called Marilyn in Loma Linda and read your updates to her and Mother. Michael came over yesterday afternoon and he read your Sabbath reports. Dennis and Lyndi are coming over for breakfast today so they will also read your reports and I'm sure Dennis will take your blog address so they can read the updates. "Pray, pray your burdens away ... sing, sing,your burdens away for Jesus has promised to take them all." Love to all from Gerry and Barbie

  • At 8:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Good morning Tim
    Oh I was so glad to hear that Niki has arrived with Keana. Erin loves that child with all her heart and there is no medicine better for her than to hear little Keana say hi Nanna.

    I continue to pray for your family and if there is anything I can do for you here please please just call call me. Tim thank you for keeping us inform it has really helped me feal close to her. I used to talk to her everyday and it has been hard but I know she will get better, God will see to it.

    Mary Puente

  • At 10:35 AM, Blogger Noemi said…

    Tim, Jason and Family,
    It is good to know that God has th comforting healing power. Our prayers have been constant all weekend. On Friday night we met at Jo's house and prayed with her and Kara started a chain on campus Saturday morning. Jason we all wish we could be there by your side. Graduation weekend isn't the same knowing you're hurting. Everyone is thinking of you.
    Take heart in these promises
    "And our God will meet Nan's needs according to his riches in Christ Jesus. Phillipians 4:19

    Come to Me Mustard Family, you who are weary and heavy burden, and I wll give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from it for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and burden light. Matthew 11:28-30

  • At 10:44 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Uncle Tim and family
    We are so thankful that Nan is doing better and that all her beloved ones are there with her. We know that it will be touch-and-go for awhile and rest assured we continue to pray for God's will for a very sweet lady.

    Love and strength to you all,
    Rodney, Shay and Kids

  • At 12:24 PM, Anonymous Barbara and Gerard said…

    Dana called just now with an overview of the past week, and thankfully gave us this website so that now we can keep up with Nan's progress daily. We pray for her continually. Nan is very precious to our family and has a wonderful attitude in all that she has been through. She is such a blessing and encouragement to all who know her.
    Her cousin in Houston,


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