Very interesting course of events. The virus here in New York right now is at a very low infection level. Only about 1% of tests done are coming back positive for the virus. The social distancing, mask wearing and washing hands initiative has worked here in the N.Y. metro area. Our lockdown is pretty much…Details
Back on January 8th I complained of chest pain in my upper rib cage that made it a little hard to breath when I inhaled. Well the same thing is happening again the last two nights. It’s the exact same thing. Pain is bad and it subsides when I lie still. Not sure what it…Details
One year anniversary of being discharged from the hospital after my mitral valve surgery. Boy was I happy to get out after 12 days in the hospital. And now just a little over a day since I had my cataract surgery. Compared to open heart surgery it is a walk in the park. And already…Details
Tomorrow might ruing I will have a cataract removed from my right eye. It is considered a surgical procedure. So this is my fourth eye surgery and first one in about 62 years. The procedure should not take too long and I should be home just a few hours after then operation. And my vision…Details
Last nights entry was very short because Jon called and I never got back to Visiting my life. I’m glad I had the surgery because I feel pretty good. But last year at this time, not so much. Sitting in the ICU, (they get you out of the bed within 24 hours of the surgery),…Details
One year ago today I was still in the ICU recovering from my mitral valve repair surgery.
I like to travel. I have been all over the world. I have been asked if I have favorite places to visit. And I have always answered that my two favorite spots in the world are Israel and Italy. I just love those destinations. And I do hope I get to these places again. We…Details