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Deanna Ripley-Lotee
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
I know that sometimes when my mother would shower occasionally that water would somehow trigger the vagus nerve (or so we were told after much testing and everything was "all clear") and she would be a bowl of jelly, almost stroke-like.  Got to the point where we just put her back to bed until it passed.  I'm sure Libby is not happy with not being home but it's good to be cautionary and soon she will be again among her own surroundings.

Love to you all, 
Diane Schultheiss
Diane Schultheiss
Praying that Libby will get the care she needs. Having a love one on such a roller coaster ride is hard to endure. Praying for strength and courage for all of team Libby that your love will shine. Praying that all will be able to get sleep that restores and may the peace that passes all understanding be with you. Gods blessings.
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
We all face the yin and yang of life and it seems like you all have hit the jackpot.  Perhaps the time has come to do what you can to let go and let God. As much as we want to control outcome, we can't.  Libby is in good care as she has always been and will be.  Trust the care she is receiving, trust that you can't always be the ones to do the caring as much as you would like.  Love is with you all.

Love, 
Rita Loyd
Rita Loyd
Hoping that a cause will be discovered and that Libby will be back on the road to recovery. It is heartbreaking to know that she's come so far to have a "fall back" episode, but these are probably to be expected from time to time on this long road to recovery...sort of like a wrong turn or an over-correction. May she find restored health in the days to come.
KATHLEEN DEREVAN
Kathi Derevan
I know that the family and doctors are already thinking of every possibility, but I can't help wondering about the recent changes in Libby's medications, and whether any of those would help explain her current condition. Meanwhile, I hope you are all taking strength from your many friends and admirers!
Elaine POORE
Elaine POORE
Although I do not post every day I do keep up with Libby daily. I'm praying for a speedy turn around for Libby so she can go forward with get recovery. I can't even imagine the journey she has traveled but please let her know so many in so many far away places want her to get better and live a life full of joy and peace. God bless you Libby and all of Libby's wonderful family. I pray daily for you Libby
Sarah Davis
Sarah Davis
Libby was responding to questions late this afternoon & eyes open & looking you in the eye. Most of her speech was making sense while some is still confused. Lester, Les & I found this very encouraging. All afternoon she had been sleepy, eyes closed & completely non-verbal. Good news was that cat scan showed nothing alarming. We hope she can get some peaceful & healing sleep tonight. Sister Sarah
Diane Schultheiss
Diane Schultheiss
Praying that Libby will get the care she needs. Having a love one on such a roller coaster ride is hard to endure. Praying for strength and courage for all of team Libby that your love will shine. Praying that all will be able to get sleep that restores and may the peace that passes all understanding be with you. Gods blessings.
KATHLEEN DEREVAN
Kathi Derevan
I know that the family and doctors are already thinking of every possibility, but I can't help wondering about the recent changes in Libby's medications, and whether any of those would help explain her current condition. Meanwhile, I hope you are all taking strength from your many friends and admirers!
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
I know that sometimes when my mother would shower occasionally that water would somehow trigger the vagus nerve (or so we were told after much testing and everything was "all clear") and she would be a bowl of jelly, almost stroke-like.  Got to the point where we just put her back to bed until it passed.  I'm sure Libby is not happy with not being home but it's good to be cautionary and soon she will be again among her own surroundings.

Love to you all, 
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
We all face the yin and yang of life and it seems like you all have hit the jackpot.  Perhaps the time has come to do what you can to let go and let God. As much as we want to control outcome, we can't.  Libby is in good care as she has always been and will be.  Trust the care she is receiving, trust that you can't always be the ones to do the caring as much as you would like.  Love is with you all.

Love, 
Rita Loyd
Rita Loyd
Hoping that a cause will be discovered and that Libby will be back on the road to recovery. It is heartbreaking to know that she's come so far to have a "fall back" episode, but these are probably to be expected from time to time on this long road to recovery...sort of like a wrong turn or an over-correction. May she find restored health in the days to come.
Elaine POORE
Elaine POORE
Although I do not post every day I do keep up with Libby daily. I'm praying for a speedy turn around for Libby so she can go forward with get recovery. I can't even imagine the journey she has traveled but please let her know so many in so many far away places want her to get better and live a life full of joy and peace. God bless you Libby and all of Libby's wonderful family. I pray daily for you Libby
Sarah Davis
Sarah Davis
Libby was responding to questions late this afternoon & eyes open & looking you in the eye. Most of her speech was making sense while some is still confused. Lester, Les & I found this very encouraging. All afternoon she had been sleepy, eyes closed & completely non-verbal. Good news was that cat scan showed nothing alarming. We hope she can get some peaceful & healing sleep tonight. Sister Sarah
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
We all face the yin and yang of life and it seems like you all have hit the jackpot.  Perhaps the time has come to do what you can to let go and let God. As much as we want to control outcome, we can't.  Libby is in good care as she has always been and will be.  Trust the care she is receiving, trust that you can't always be the ones to do the caring as much as you would like.  Love is with you all.

Love, 
KATHLEEN DEREVAN
Kathi Derevan
I know that the family and doctors are already thinking of every possibility, but I can't help wondering about the recent changes in Libby's medications, and whether any of those would help explain her current condition. Meanwhile, I hope you are all taking strength from your many friends and admirers!
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
Deanna Ripley-Lotee
I know that sometimes when my mother would shower occasionally that water would somehow trigger the vagus nerve (or so we were told after much testing and everything was "all clear") and she would be a bowl of jelly, almost stroke-like.  Got to the point where we just put her back to bed until it passed.  I'm sure Libby is not happy with not being home but it's good to be cautionary and soon she will be again among her own surroundings.

Love to you all, 
Elaine POORE
Elaine POORE
Although I do not post every day I do keep up with Libby daily. I'm praying for a speedy turn around for Libby so she can go forward with get recovery. I can't even imagine the journey she has traveled but please let her know so many in so many far away places want her to get better and live a life full of joy and peace. God bless you Libby and all of Libby's wonderful family. I pray daily for you Libby
Diane Schultheiss
Diane Schultheiss
Praying that Libby will get the care she needs. Having a love one on such a roller coaster ride is hard to endure. Praying for strength and courage for all of team Libby that your love will shine. Praying that all will be able to get sleep that restores and may the peace that passes all understanding be with you. Gods blessings.
Rita Loyd
Rita Loyd
Hoping that a cause will be discovered and that Libby will be back on the road to recovery. It is heartbreaking to know that she's come so far to have a "fall back" episode, but these are probably to be expected from time to time on this long road to recovery...sort of like a wrong turn or an over-correction. May she find restored health in the days to come.
Sarah Davis
Sarah Davis
Libby was responding to questions late this afternoon & eyes open & looking you in the eye. Most of her speech was making sense while some is still confused. Lester, Les & I found this very encouraging. All afternoon she had been sleepy, eyes closed & completely non-verbal. Good news was that cat scan showed nothing alarming. We hope she can get some peaceful & healing sleep tonight. Sister Sarah