Dearest DS friends, thank you so much for your loving thoughts and prayers. My husband is in the hospital right now, but is ok. He had a minor heart attack yesterday, but it actually happened (the big event), right in the examining room cubicle of the ER, when they had him all hooked up to monitors. How's that for timing. He had been having chest pains for days, but had not told me. Soon as I found out about it, I was a nagging riba rage harpy until I got ole stubborn butt to go to the ER. Doc said if they had started the nitro and blood thinners any later, his heart damage might have been much worse. Anyway both me and "Pa Kettle" are doing much better today. Mr hubby had a stent put in today as one artery was about 95% blocked. He is resting comfortably now. Yesterday I had rubber legs, nausea, and the headache from hell, but today I am feeling much better and so are my "nerves". Thank you all my dears for your prayers...they worked. And if you ever have chest pains...go immediately to the hospital or drag your loved one in. Love you my DS cousins, you people are amazing...... Huggies to you Jeannie
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