Easing Back In…

It’s been four weeks since I have written a blog post here. There have been a few that were in the queue before April 29, but they were written before that date. My regular readers know the reason for that is that my wife had a serious heart attack on April 29, and I have been living in a surreal world since then. I will have plenty of journal entries here about those experience in the coming weeks, but for now I will just “Ease Back In” so to speak with a short post here.

My wife is finally out of immediate danger and is going into week 3 in a rehabilitation facility. While the facility is not like home, it is much better than the two week in the hospital not knowing if she was going to live or die.

I thought my brain was going to turn into jello but I, like her, have managed to come out on the other side of it. It will likely take me a couple of weeks to get up to full steam here, so bear with me. I think you will find my personal experiences a teaching tool if you are unfortunate enough to have to go through something like this your self.

4 thoughts on “Easing Back In…

  1. So glad your wife is on the mend. It must have been a very scary time for both of you.

    Welcome back to fresh blogging. I am looking forward to your insights and thoughts about your experience. At our age, life is pretty much a series of curve balls.

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    1. Yeah, we faced a lot of curveballs, that’s for sure. I have my private journal entries covering this year-long month, it will be interesting how they end up as blog posts here. Being off a month I know one thing that is going to change and that is fewer political posts. All those arguments and tantrums just don’t seem important anymore.

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