I would give Friday and Saturday low scores, but I'll keep my head up. Friday early- 6.00a.m.- became a stressful day when my Afib, something I dealt with in September, came back. I had a brief spell Thursday night and I knew exactly what it was. Friday, work time, it was there again. Instead of going to work like I did the last time, this time I headed straight to the ER. I was there from 7-1.00, when I was then moved upstairs to a room. There they gave me some meds that regulate heart rhythm. Those took a good while to work; it was assumed for a while that I was staying overnight. Eventually I "converted" and had to good fortune of going home around 7.30. Oh, I should mention that the fam and my mom all came about 5.00 after the school day. The good wife would've come earlier in the day, but I didn't want her sitting around any more bored than I already was. Funnily, ironically, around the time they got there the nurse said I was going home that night. They had prepared a nice overnight bag with lots of magazines and a couple books, plus some socks that didn't have huge holes like the ones I was wearing.
I'm now on a twice-a-day med and have to see an "electrical guy" for a follow up. Afib is pretty common in old people, but not so much in a 38 yr-old. Seems like wiring, and not plumbing, is messed up. We'll see. That's life I guess.
And today, Saturday, was a loser all 'round. It opened with our school's girls basketball team losing in the State semifinals to another Louisville team, Butler. Butler seems to have the best player in the state and she dominated today's game. I know the elation and disappointment of a good-but-not-good-enough showing in state tournaments and it's a bittersweet emotion. Congrats to the girls for a good run. A little later the 'Cats lost in Georgia in overtime. Enough said about that misery. And finally Real lost away at Depor. That's 0-3 for me today. Guess I should do something else besides care about sports.
I don't really know what to do about my riding right now. Funnily, I was half thinking of commuting this past Friday- no tennis prac- but, hey!, I was in the hospital instead. I'll probably visit the "electro" doc before doing anything ambitious...