Sunday, February 13, 2005


Mom did indeed have her tracheostomy last night. Today she is finally free from the tube and the tape. She is very very sleepy and drifts in and out. We are headed back to see her but I include two pictures of her saying hello to you all.



Blogger Dave & Nancy Estes Park said...

Jacqui and crew,
We are thrilled to see Pam off the venthilar(sp) thingy. We know she will be more comfortable. She looks radiant! Keep up the good work and try not to tax her too much, I sure you all have a lot to say to each other. Lots of love, Dave and Nancy

7:09 PM  
Blogger charlotte said...

Oh, and I LOVE the sunshine squeaky toy!! I bet Glenn will be jealous of it when it finally makes it back home!!

7:54 PM  
Blogger Marjorie Boerema said...

Hi Pam and the others,

I was shocked and horrified when I read about your accident, and deeply affected by your suffering. I'm so happy to hear of improvements. I'm praying for your full recovery and grace to bear the process.

If I can be of assistance with any of the choirs, please let me know. I have time in my schedule and would be happy to help out.

Marjorie Boerema

8:15 AM  

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