Friday, March 27, 2009

The doctor said Peg can go home today! She wasn't totally on board with that idea. She did fess up that she is having that same anxious feeling new mothers have when they are being sent home from the hospital and the nurses and doctors are no longer around to help. We know she'll be just fine.

I've learned everything you never want to know about illeostomies/cholostomies It's one of those things you can't help but be curious about and then you're suddenly not sure if it was such a good idea .

Peg will meet with the oncologist April 7th and then move forward with chemotherapy.

I don't know how much there will be to report on between now and then but please continue to pray for Peggy's complete recovery.

The Dean and the Luckey families have been blessed with so many wonderful people in our lives that are praying for her and have offered their time to assist in any way. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.


  1. Please let Peggy know I have been praying for her! She continues to be in my thoughts and prayers. I hope her road to recovery is quick and painless.

    Rebecca Vesconte (co-worker at NAR)

  2. Hey Peggy. Welcome home today! Evergreen is ready to spring to action to do anything and everything to help you and your family through this. We are in it for the long haul sister! Love you. Mia Pete Charlie & Sam

  3. Peg,
    We are so glad that you are coming home. We too are ready to help you out with anything you and your family need. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.
    The Byrne Family

  4. Hi Peggy:
    We are glad you are home. It's a step in the right direction. Hang in there! Just keep putting one foot in front of the other on that path to total recovery. We love you lots!

    Chuck & Barbara

  5. Welcome home hugs and prayers from Oshkosh! Hang in there, Peg! We love you and hope to be able to visit you when you're feeling better! Hi to Lee and the girls!!

    God bless!

    Laurene and Bob and the boys

  6. welcome home!! hopefully you are sleeping much better, never thought you would think lee's snoring is better than hearing hospital machines!! love you very much, let me know how I can help. julie

  7. Welcome Home! My thought and prayers are with you and your family. One day at a time on to the road of recovery. If there is anything that I can do to help please let me know. Regards, Lisa Phelps