Monday, February 07, 2005

Mon. - 02-07-05

The computer must have thought it was a wonderful day too, because I see it posted my last update about a thousand times. Sorry about that! I give you my word that I did not sit here and click the post button a thousand times. I'm trying to clean that up, but it looks like I have to delete them one-by-one. Hm. I might have better things to do.

Bailey had a good night. She slept pretty well and is feeling really good. She's very weak still, but gaining strength every day. Everyone is still happy, and she's not scared anymore and not seeing things anymore. She does remember seeing those strange things, but is much less irritated when I tell her those things really didn't happen. She doesn't remember anything about the vent - being on it or the episode coming off of it. Thank goodness! She doesn't even remember the nurse who she told she loved her.

I've had my break this morning, so it's time to go back to the room. Hopefully another uneventful day here at ICU.

I'll keep you posted,


Blogger DEANNA said...

We are so glad you were able to come home and rest. Bailey, we are so pleased to here you are
improving everyday. We hope today is even better than
yesterday. We love you!

Mark, Dee & Kids

11:48 AM  
Blogger Scott Needham said...

I'm so glad to hear that things are going well for you.
Before you know it, you'll be back at home playing with Josie and Marissa and having a ball! Make certain that you rest as much as possible. I keep thinking about you all day and cant wait to get in front of a computer where I can check in on your progress. Angie, these updates are indeed appreciated and I'm sure it helps to write about it as keep them coming. Much love you all! Bailey...You ROCK!

12:33 PM  
Blogger Aunt Cindy said...

Just imagine how many prayers were offered up yesterday at church services, sunday school classes, etc. in addition to the constant prayers that so many friends and family offer every moment - no wonder it was a wonderful day for Bailey! We are so anxious to get back up there to see all of you, but mostly to see Bailey smiling and gaining strength!
We do want to pass along a smirky grin and a high five to Debbie in light of the Eagles demise in the Super Bowl. So, Bailey, as soon as you are able, be sure to give Aunt Debbie a rousing, "Go Patriots!" and a high five from Craig. (Nancy might be able to help you out with that if need be!)
We'll keep praying, and you keep getting stronger, Bailey! Love you!

1:24 PM  
Blogger Myra said...

Hi There Bailey and Angie!!!
Our prayers are surely working. Sounds like everything is going much better now. Hopefully each day will be just a little better than the day before. Angie, glad you were able to take a break yesterday and get some rest in your own bed. I'm sure that did wonders for you and the other two girls. Keep that chin up! We're all here cheering you two on.
Big hugs, Myra

1:39 PM  
Blogger Uncle Jim said...

Great news Bailey. I am very happy for you. It was nice to look in on you over the weekend. Cheerios and Root Beer actually sounds pretty good to me right now. You looked really good to me yesterday, I could tell a big difference from Friday and Saturday. You keep up the good work. I will be flying back into town on Thursday and will stop by the hospital Thursday evening. I'll stay in touch through the website and talking to Tom.

Love You

Uncle Jim

1:54 PM  
Blogger Aunt Debbie A said...

Hey Baileywick!

I saw you eating jello yesterday!! I will never think of jello the same again! What a beautiful sight!

I can't wait 'til we can touch you again. I have a big 'ol hug that's about 7 days overdue now! Love and kisses...Aunt Debbie

2:37 PM  
Blogger Nancy DeCamp said...

Hey Angie, Just thought I would let you know I am lost without our weekly lunches! I ran over for a quick lunch to the basement of the Union Planters where we meet a lot. They had my favorite soup. I proceeded to lift the large metal lid to dip my soup when it flipped back, over the counter, onto the floor and crashed in a very loud and what seemed like a long explosion! Yes, I wanted to run and hide, but I acted like it was no big deal - something that happens all the time, of course. So - take your time coming back to work. I don't plan on lunching there for quite a while!!!! HA!
Nancy :)
PS - let Bailey know when she is ready for a LOUD lunch, call me!

3:21 PM  
Blogger Aunt Cindy said...

Whew!!! I can't tell you how relieved I am to hear that you didn't retype that posting 1000 times, Ang! I thought the stress had gotten the best of you! :)
Love you! sis

3:24 PM  
Blogger Aunt Debi said...

Bailers: Hey Girl, Ryann an dI were there to see you on Friday, but they would not let Ryann back, only me, I wish I could have hugged you, I did in my heart and it felt great. I can't wait to see you this weekend, Uncle John and Grae and I are coming and we are very excited to see that smiling face that your Dad and Mom have talked about today. Lot of Love to you pumkin and see you soon.

P.S. tell Aunt Cindy (Nancy's Cindy) that she won't be smirking for long.......

7:07 PM  
Blogger Melodie Rose said...

Hey Bailey-
Keep uo the hard work. I am very glad to see that you are getting stronger and stronger everyday. We are all here for you. Take care kiddo.


7:15 PM  
Blogger Annette said...

Yippee!!!! I'm so glad things are going well! Angie, I saw Marisa today. Robin brought her in the office. She wouldn't talk to me - just stood there looking at me! She's so adorable!

Bailey - I have a picture of you in my mind, sitting up in bed in your hospital room, eating jello and Cheerios! I'd love to bring you something yummy to eat - your mom will tell me when I can bake something for you! You just take care of yourself and know that everyone is praying for you!!!!

Annette :)

7:32 PM  
Blogger Brian said...

Hey Bailey this is Brian. Hope you get well soon. I was at work when my parents went up to the hospital so sorry about that. They won't go again! Well I got to go see ya later Brian

7:40 PM  

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