But it hasn't been fun. Two plus weeks in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit alone is a near nightmare. But at least I got my colonoscopy out of the way as the colon was a potential source for what was causing me to be there. The only pollup found proved to be non-malignant, so that wasn't the problem, but it was a good thing. I've spent the last six weeks at a rehab center learning little things that had been affected, like standing up, walking. But today (8/22) I was cleared for release and now I have to work at regaining strength at home. Whatever it was I had, I was miles from being the most fun thing I've ever gone through. But, as the old saying goes, "There's no place like home!"
To keep your memory alive, here are my favorite puppies:
That's our 13 year old Golden on the left, and our daughter's 1 year old on the right.