Nan Mustard's Recovery

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

Sunday, July 22, 2007

Sunday morning report

Good morning,
Nan had a pretty good night without fevers, minimal pain meds, long periods of rest. She has had breakfast of Bagel and Cream Cheese, fruit plate and milk, taken her meds including Gleevec, had a new hospital gown and washed her face and is now resting with new pain meds on board. Her vitals were solid all night and continue to be so this morning.
She has a higher level of pain than she is used to and the oxycontin at the higher dose is helping control it.
I slept here on a bed that is slightly less ideal than usual but slept fine. Did'nt get up until 9:15 this morning, could not see a clock and just didn't know what was happening. Felt good to get some rest.
We wish we could be with a dear friends today at Dollywood in Tenn. Nan loves that place so much and they are there with their children and grandchildren to day and tomorrow. Its wonderful that they can be together and have this happy time.
Nan enjoyed viewing a page Jo has created which shows photos of the new baby and proud parents. When I get the email address I'll include it so you can enjoy the photo show too.

Well look at that, I found the address so you can enjoy the photos also.

I hope to complete three appraisals today and ask that you join me in prayer that some new orders will come in. We are very slow as a company right now and our usual clients keep mentioning they are in a slump right now with little loan activity happening.

I expect there to be some talk about Nan being released from the hospital soon. We have been told that we can take home the antibiotics and give them ourselves. Neither nan or I are anxious to leave this safe place with its good care. So we will follow Doctors advice and allow God to lead. Nan continues to grow stronger than she was. She can walk when she needs to right now and is totally in control of her mental facilities now.

So we send out our love and it was so great to read the comments to the blog and side emails also received. What a difference it makes to be remembered, what comfort from not being alone.


tim and nan


  • At 1:57 PM, Anonymous Marilyn in Lincoln said…

    Hello ~
    What a fun picture show of the new little Timothy - he's darling and Jo and Jason look so proud and happy. I'm praying Jo will be feeling well soon.

    Good night for our Nan - that's good news! Hope that new medication will get there this week and she can get started on that and it will WORK for her.

    It's beautiful here today - I've been working in the yard a little bit and now back in the house getting my lunch - it's cooler in here!!

    Love and prayers, Marilyn


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