Aren’t they? Somewhere along the line, mostly by virtue of getting older, it seems that the days fly by just like those calendars in old movies – one page turns into ten turns into three months and before you know it, we’re halfway through the year.
Considering that the last month has been nothing but a haze to me, I’m surprised I’ve gotten anything accomplished at all. :) Actually, having a super month with PI and a special offer I created and getting ready to soft-launch my “Aligned and Unleashed” program soon. Finally! Back in the saddle again.
Tour of Duty 2016
Had a bit of excitement last Saturday when Duty’s blood pressure shot up for no discernible reason. Uh, I think now is a good time to call 911, said yours truly. So, seven EMTs came tromping in with oxygen tanks and other assorted medical accouterments, checking pressure and heart rate and whatnot.
They decided to take him into the ER just to have other tests done. So, 11 o’clock at night on a rainy Saturday, I found myself driving to the ER in Annapolis (the one with lots of barfing, if you recall from this entry back in 2010).
Fortunately, it was relatively quiet and barf-free (a request I put into my angels on the drive there). After all manner of tests (blood, cat scan, etc), no one can figure out what happened to spike his BP but he’s for sure not having a heart attack. (YEY!) So, at 4am, we leave the ER and head to the local Diner because breakfast, amirite? I am.
I admit I was scared. All the EMTs were nice in letting me know he was stable and his vitals were good and the docs and nurses at the ER were super but, you know. I don’t like medical stuff and especially when it’s Duty and his heart.
He did follow up with his cardio doc and, of course, more tests are lined up (stress tests and some other stuff) and meds were changed slightly.
Anyway, hopefully, that’s under control and I’m trying not to be a nervous Nellie about it all.