Monday, October 27, 2008

Crazy Weekend

It's 4:00AM. I can't sleep. I'm not going to work today, because my wife's having what the medical industry considers a "minor" heart surgery. We were going to wait until Thursday to discuss the treatment options, but she got zipped to the E.R. on Friday and they decided to work on her ASAP (that'd be Monday, today) instead of waiting any longer. She's had a rough year, but it looks like the doctors might have finally zeroed in on what's been plaguing my wife's health. Similar to this photo I took Friday, there's light on the horizon, but we can't quite see what that light looks like, except for a broken, indirect reflection.

7 comments:

dvicci said...

Best of luck, Noah. I'll be thinking about the two of you today...

Shamus said...

My prayers are with you and your wife. Stay strong.

John said...

Sorry to hear that! I actually know a good surgeon in KC, but he doesn't work on hearts. Keep us update! Thoughts and prayers are with you.

Bobby D. said...

Noah, Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Let us know how things go. Good luck.

Anonymous said...

More prayers on the way.

Steven
Indiana

Sirrus Rider said...

Goodwill and payers from Houston

Apertome said...

I'm sorry to hear about your wife's surgery, but I hope they have indeed figured out what's been causing her problems. More good thoughts headed your way, now from Pennsylvania!

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