Journal entry by Stephanie Fay
Docs want to keep Nancy on the ventilator until tomorrow. She had a few PVCs during the night. These did not activate Fiona mercifully. Nurse reports they are looking for 24 hours of only good heart rhythm. I appreciate their cautious approach. Nancy continues to do really well under sedation. More rest, more healing to carry her into tomorrow.
Anne Sabo|Mar 20, 2018
Yes, caution is wise. Sending vibes of peace and patience. And heaps of more love. Fortitude!
Pat Saltsman|Mar 20, 2018
Hugs to all.
Ann Dyellig|Mar 20, 2018
It’s good the doctors are proceeding with caution — keep up the good healing Nancy! We’re rooting for you from the north country! We are with you in spirit. Hugs!
Su Smallen|Mar 20, 2018
Thanks for the update. I’m glad to hear the doctors don’t want to rush Nancy’s care. You try to rest, too, Steph!
ANN LIMRIC|Mar 20, 2018
Sounds like she is in excellent care, yours , theirs and beyond. I hope for the best transmission of healing to take place.
I’m with you in stardust💜
marguretta yaeger|Mar 20, 2018
It has been a long time we have been in touch but we want you to know that our prayers are with you. God is right there with you. May you feel His Presence!
dorothy bocian|Mar 20, 2018
My thoughts and prayers are with you for a restful recovery, Nancy!
Dorothy Brown Bocian
Patricia Sween|Mar 20, 2018
Continuing prayers and sending lots of love to you both! So glad for the good care you’re receiving, Nancy! Thanks, Stephanie, for the great updates.
sandi pettersen|Mar 20, 2018
Out thoughts are with you Nancy and Steph. Harriet sends her love too! So sorry we are missing you this trip. We know you’ll be better soon with all the loving thoughts from friends and family.
susan Donohue|Mar 20, 2018
Cautious is good. Great news that dear Nancy is making fast strides. How fortunate and blessed to be in such good hands there. Sending very positive thoughts and very much love. Please keep posting.
Nadine sanders|Mar 20, 2018
When I opened up this Caring Bridge email, I could not think why Nancy would be in the hospital. Did she have an uncontrollable event of telling Norwegian jokes in Norwegian? I did not know about “Fiona” until reading this update. So Nancy, when your heart is behaving again, do tell some Norwegian jokes in Norwegian. And sing. And laugh. But for now rest surrounded by all your special people.
Cheers, Nadine in Sebastopol
Marte Hult|Mar 20, 2018
Glad to hear that Nancy is resting and that the doctors are being cautious. Thanks for the update. Healing thoughts
Heidi Dombek|Mar 20, 2018
Covering you both with prayer.
Barbara McCauley|Mar 20, 2018
Gosh! What joy to hear this positive news! May God’s Holy Spirit surround Nancy, and Stephanie and all those amazing care-givers! With love from me and Gary . 🙂
Donna Dingle|Mar 20, 2018
I appreciate the updates sending peace and healing thoughts to Nancy. Cautious sounds like a good path to take. Thinking of you both. Donna
Jeanne Eberhart|Mar 20, 2018
Please tell Nancy that Jerry and I are praying for her steady and speedy recovery. As a heart patient, I know the worst fear is to wind up back in the hospital, so I admire Nancy’s grace, patience and good humor.❤️
Claudia Gordon|Mar 20, 2018
Hope both of you have a good night…..peace and prayers for you from me. Love, Claudia
Kirsten Aarsvold|Mar 20, 2018
Thinking of all of you! I’m so thankful that Fiona did her job, and that she’s taking a break now. Lots of love to Aunt Nancy and her entire support crew 🙂
Pamela Itzin|Mar 21, 2018
Spent the day with Claire and Cole and we will be sending some artwork to convey our love and good wishes for a speedy recovery! I so appreciate Stephanie’s updates. Sending loving and healing thoughts and prayers.
Carole Vergeldt|Mar 22, 2018
Nancy continues to be in our thoughts and prayers. Thank you for keeping us informed.