After my first shock, I had a very hard time adjusting again. I felt I couldn’t do anything because if I did, I would get another shock. I was afraid to shower, go near the stove or even go up and down the stairs. I didn’t know what made my heart rate go up that … More learning
Before I was released from the hospital, February 1st, they had to test my Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator to make sure it was in the right spot and show me what to look for when or if something were to go wrong. They took me to a room that had a laptop type computer with a wand to “hook” me up to see how it … More recovery
So the last post I said that my brother K said to run a half marathon with him and I said I laughed……… well I did at first then I thought about it. I thought “why not”? Why not do a half marathon? What’s another extra 16.1 km? I only had run up to 5 … More half marathon here I come??