Friday the 10th, we arrived at the medical center around 6:00 AM to prep for my cardiac ablation procedure. They ask you to come at that ungodly hour to save on anesthesia – Anyway – by the time I was poked, prodded and bored out of my skull, they wheeled me down the hall to surgery. Once … Continue reading MY POST CARDIAC ABLATION POST
Every family has their little hereditary health gems. Ours appears to be atrial fibrillation. Mine started in my post-twenties. (Vague enough?) I always considered it a panic attack until it conveniently occurred while on the way to my doctor for a check up. I was driving along doing a little mental inventory on my health and well being when … Continue reading MY HEART GOES THUMP THEN DOESN’T
I went to the eye doctor last week for my yearly exam and reminder that my insurance actually pays for NOTHING. As usually, my eyesight was terrible. I've always had a problem with my distance vision - (Distance being anything out of arm's reach) - but lately it's been worse than normal. Even with my … Continue reading GONE WITH THE EYESIGHT
I missed a golden opportunity over the holidays to write about something very important to me. Something that is a special part of my life. And by "special" I mean "sucky." I used to think women were exaggerating about being "football widows." Now I think, "AMATEUR." (This was my expression through much of the holiday.) … Continue reading COLLEGE FOOTBALL, HEAR ME SNORE
Last weekend we were invited to the opera by my in-laws. This is a big, once a year event in which they treat us to amazing seats AND spring for dinner at the Meyerson Symphony Center next door to the Winspear Opera House.This annual tradition has become one of my favorite things about Fall. This … Continue reading IS IT COLD IN HERE OR AM I OLD?