Nan Mustard's Recovery

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

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Staying put in Concord

Quick update.
I'm just back from medical records where I got copies of the last two CT scans done here at the hospital to take to UCSF. When I got back Nan told me that she would not be moving tonight, looks like tomorrow morning. No beds were available this evening.

Lets keep talking with our Lord.

Tim and Nan


  • At 6:22 PM, Anonymous Marilyn said…

    Hang on you two - tomorrow morning will be here soon and you can get to SF and get started on treatment there. I'm wondering how long Dr. Warren is going to be out - maybe he'll be back in time to see you, Nan. He already knows your case and that would be a huge benefit.

    It rained here just a wee bit - enough to get the car all spotted. The news said they had 5 inches of snow at Echo summit - it's so early for that much snow. It's beautiful here in Lincoln - sun shinning and cool.

    Love and more prayeres going your way, Marilyn

  • At 6:51 PM, Anonymous roger and carol said…

    Hi tim and Nan,
    You must be a bit stressed tonight not knowing for sure what's going on with Nan, when she's moving, what will be done when she gets there, where's the infection coming from? So many questions and very few answers. We will continue to pray for you both.

    We just got back from The National Gospel and Harvest Celebration at Dollywood. We heard "Crystal River" quartette which was very good but very loud. Of course the Kingdom Heirs ~ always good, and Legacy Five. From what others said ~ Legacy Five is usually very good but this was not one of their best concerts.

    We're both very tired so are turning in early tonight. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you face some difficult decisions tomorrow.

    Love and Prayers ~ Carol

  • At 7:30 PM, Anonymous Bob and Carrol said…

    Hi Nan and Tim,
    I know how hard it is to wait for decisions to be made in your behalf and you really have no input. We just have to put our trust in Him and let Him lead, yet somehow that is so hard for us to do. At least you will be in a better place for the hard decisions and follow-up care to be given. Like Boston, they are used to the hard cases and working together as a team to solve problems.

    We will keep the prayers going but you two have the hardest job to sit and wait. Just know there are so many of us on the side lines pulling for you both and we love you both so much.


    Bob and Carrol

  • At 5:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hi Guys, Always remember to pray, "Thy will be done." The Lord has brought you sooo far and through sooo much that I truely believe that His will is to see you both go forth to complete the plan He has for your lives. You have touched so many of our lives and have shown how to "let go and let God". He may allow us to go through much, but He has promised to go through it with us. God says what He means and means what He says. I know that I have learned to hold His hand tighter as He has gone through rough times with me. I choose to be faithful to Him (as best a sinner can) and trust Him in His dealings with each one of us. You are the headlines of each of my prayers, and I know for a fact that He hears me and that's good enough for me.
    Know that I love you both. Sharon


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