Nan Mustard's Recovery

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

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

More of the same

Dear Friends and Family,
This evening I am writing late because we waited up for our delivery of medical supplies and the guy was a couple hours later. Nan is settling in and Marilyn is helping her with her incision dressing. I just hooked up TPN for another 24 hours and will give her Adavan pretty soon which helps with nausea and sleep.
Today Nan woke at 6:30 and we pumped her stomach, did Zophram and then she went back to sleep again. I left about 1 to see properties in Rohnert Park and Vacaville, then home at 8 pm. I found that Nan had been awake most of the afternoon and had gotten a chance to talk on the phone to Jan and Sharon, Jason and Mary, perhaps others that I do not know about. Mary came to call this morning and even thought we were here somehow we did not hear her at the door and missed her. nan was bummed to miss her, Mary is a very special person in our lives.
It was sure good to hear from so many of you today and I'll read the comments to Nan in the morning, she likes to hear from you all.
We continue to pray and hope for a break in the blockage. It would help so much in how Nan feels to have it open again.
So now its sleep time and we thank you for your involvement in our life.

We send our love,

tim and nan and marilyn


  • At 2:36 AM, Anonymous roger and carol said…

    Good Morning!

    Sometimes it's good to have a "ho-hum" day ~ nothing new, no emergencies, no crises. There are times I long for boring. Oh what I could do with "nothing to do".

    We had bears on the property Monday night. They really made a mess of the trash cans! No, we didn't see them, but we know that raccoons and opossums don't throw trash cans around. People don't claw open and dig through garbage bags in that way. At least Monday was trash pick up day. It could have been a lot worse. I hope they decide that it wasn't worth the effort and don't come back on Sunday night when the cans are full.

    We send our love back to you and continue to pray for Nan's comfort and Tim's strength today.

    Love and prayers ~ Carol

  • At 5:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…


    Is there nothing that can be done with the blockage? Didn"t you guys do something before?

    I know you said it seemed as if the medical field was not concerned or not helpful with this blockage in one of the recent blogs.

    I hope for the best today, hopefully you have good weather there and not the heat that is in a lot of the rest of the country.

    Nan, you still look good, how do you do it? It must be the love in your heart and the grace of God.

    Take Care,

    Sue M


Post a Comment

<< Home