What ever happens, happens. One thing that really bothers me is that Joe just doesn’t want to accept the fact that this problem will not just go away. He doesn’t want to admit it. If he does, then it is to real for him. Enough about me. For the last several really cold days Spunky goes out and does his duty and high tails it to the house. Also while it was so cold Joe would put off cleaning it up. Last night Joe decided to really get all of Spunky’s neat little piles. Joe came in and said “I cleaned up the potty messes and turned around and he was making another.” He pulls that on Joe pretty often. Joe just got up so I will be getting off the blog. soon. I am going to say this, not to scare anyone but A-Fib is very common in older people. Some symptoms are so mild people don’t know, and can live that way for years until the heart decides to really beat rapidly. I didn’t realize how many but you sit in that room where you come in to the waiting room and it is usually full and more than half are there to see how the A-fib is doing. It is dreary and chilly here again today. Joe and I both just froze yesterday when we stepped out of the car. Tootsie pretzels or knowing when it is really cold? I think the later in our case.
- Lincoln, Ne., United States
- I am married, had 5 children. 4 boys and 1 girl. Oldest is deceased. 9 grand kids, 10 great grand child and 2 more on the way. .I love hearing from people, and have made some true friends on the blog, (I think) I hope. We have a fat beagle named Spunky 5 years old and spoiled rotten, but we are huge dog lovers. Married 44 years.