Monday, August 18, 2008

Take two


We are back in the hospital again with more of the same and no definite answers. Roger is still in A-fib and it's not returning to normal this time and staying there. He's understandably down in the dumps and needless to say, no matter how nice they try to make the hospital experience, it's still an icky place to be. They gave him a hamburger of unknown origin yesterday and a package of artificially flavored no- salt Ketchup substitute...hmmmmm. A hungry Roger is an unhappy Roger.
I'll be back with news when I can. Meanwhile I have errands. My new glasses are in so, on the way to the hospital I will stop and pick them up. Maybe things will look rosier through new glasses?Thanks for all the nice thoughts and comments from last time. It's great to have friends.

8 comments:

Gerrie said...

This is not good news. I hope they can be good medical detectives and track down the cause and come up with a fix. More prayers coming your way.

Janet said...

Oh, no! That's not good. I hope this time they're able to diagnose the problem and do something to help him.

I'll keep you both in my thoughts today. I hope the new glasses help make things look better!

Mary said...

AFib can be so hard to control. My Mom has fought with it for years and my uncle who was diagnosed with it a few years ago has been able to get his controlled. Hope the hospitalization is short lived and that they find something that will work for him.

Mary said...

Oops, that was meant to read my uncle HASN'T been able to get his controlled!

Penny said...

I hope he feels better, soon. This is tough for you.

Terry said...

Ay Caramba! Here's hoping they figure out what's going on and get it taken care of. Hang in there. Love the graphic--certainly expresses the feeling.

Libby said...

Oh dear, I do hope they are able to pinpoint an answer for you soon. And honestly . . . no-salt ketchup substitute!?!? Can you sneak in something with a little flavor *s*
I'll be keeping you in my thoughts.

Cindra said...

Love your photos... you're looking a little peaky... or is that beaky?
I am a little behind on the blogs... sorry I missed this. Tell Roger not to get to upset. Stretch had to go back, too. It is an adjustment trying to figure out the combo... keep the faith.