Thursday, 18 June 2015

Ooops

Sorry I have not been posting, I was whisked off to t hospital on Sunday, when a bright light came on In my brain re my breathlessness. My heart was only beating at 48 beats a minute, not good!!

I am waiting to get a pacemaker fitted, hopefully either today or tomorrow. Once I am home there are a few restriction for the first 6 weeks. As many of you know I was dreading something like this happening, however with DD2's help DB has taken over the moving business. We still plan to move on 29th, not got much choice.

Confirmation I get my pacemaker tomorrow, will be home Saturday.

28 comments:

  1. Hugs hugs hugs. I hope they get the pacemaker in as soon as possible. Quick healing wishes. Thanks for the update.

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  2. Good to hear from you. It's good for other people to take the burden of moving. Look after yourself and a speedy recovery.
    Sylvia

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  3. Please get well soon!! I am sure you will feel a good deal better after the pacemaker has been fitted, most people feel great after having it fitted. I was wondering why you were so tired, it all fits now. You rarely mention your own health, only occasionally in passing so I thought you must be ill. I was putting it down to this move. Now you will feel the benefit of a bungalow. I have missed you, much love xxxx Andie xxxx

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  4. Hope all goes well, you will feel so much better when this is sorted. I was starting to worry about your absence from blogland, but knew you were busy with the move. So good that you are so organised & have already done so much in preparation for the move and that you have willing helpers. All best wishes, Vee xx

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  5. Gosh what a horrid time for you. Hope all goes well with the pacemaker and you feel much better and able to look forward to your move. Best wishes. Ann x

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  6. Glad to hear you are ok, had been wondering as you usually blog every day. I don't often comment but enjoy reading about your daily routines. There's never a good time for this sort of thing to happen, but you're very organised so I hope the move will still go smoothly - let someone else do the work for a change, and take it a bit easier.

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  7. Oh No _ get that pacemaker fitted and get yourself well again ASAP.

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  8. Goodness gracious! So glad you go yourself to hospital in good time because a heart rate of 48 won't take you very far. You may remember that AMIL had a pacemaker and it served her well.

    Cheers for DD2's good assistance to DB during this week. I hope you next see the bungalow with the chosen new floor coverings already installed.

    Wishing you well and home again soon.

    Love and big hugs!

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  9. Hope you feel better soon WS xxx

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  10. I am glad you are getting fast help. So good to have DD2 and all the family closer. I think your move is in good shape. Take it easy. You will live there a long time and can do little things even around a mess of boxes. Ana Sweet

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  11. I hope you are soon on the mend

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  12. Praying surgery will go well. Sending warm thoughts.

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  13. Oh no! So sorry to hear this, but I'm glad that it can be remedied with a pacemaker. Take care of yourself and let others take care of the move! Keeping you in my prayers.

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  14. Oh Gosh! Have you always had a low heart rate? Prayers for a safe surgery and full recovery!

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  15. What a fright for you and your family - I do hope you get the pacemaker fitted today. So glad that your DD2 and DB have taken over the move. Easier said then done but please don't get yourself upset if things are not done exactly as you would have done. Let it go. Take care of yourself. Hugs to you and your family.

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  16. Will be thinking of you. Take care f yourself

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  17. So sorry to hear you haven't been well. It is a very good excuse to step back from organising your move I reckon!!! At least DB won't have time for any dizzies now!!! Hope all goes well with you pacemaker op. Take care, sending you love and get well wishes. X

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  18. Oh blimey! Wishing I was closer to come and lend a hand. Hope you get on OK - my dad is fighting fit since he had his pacemaker put in. Sending love and hugs to you both xxx

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  19. I've been following your blog for a couple of weeks, but this is my first comment. I was concerned when you missed posting and wondered if it was your husband that was unwell. I hope your procedure goes well..x

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  20. Very best wishes to you, thinking of you and hoping all goes well for you and that you are soon back at home.
    I was worred about you, it is so rare for you not to publish a daily post, I felt something must be amiss, I kept checking and was pleased to see your post today.
    You have been under a lot of stress lately, time to take things a little easier and let others help you.
    Sending love, Pam in TX.xx

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  21. Sorry to hear about your problem-hopefully the pacemaker will sort it out. Think you have been working too hard but I know you like to be organised so knowwhy you did it. Good luck with your op and fingers crossed you are home soon. Catriona

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  22. So sorry to hear of your health problems. Hope you will be on the mend soon. Much love Miffy257

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  23. Oh my goodness, what a shock for you. You will feel much better with the pacemaker. This move can not come soon enough for you. A bungalow is just what you need. Good that DB is stepping up and taking care of the move. Do not stress about it. It will all work out in the end, the family will rally round. Take care of yourself.

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  24. So sorry to hear about your health problems but hope the pacemaker will sort it out. You will have to take it easy and do lots of sewing as you recuperate. I let the girls on the Old Style MSE thread know and lots of them send their love and good wishes for a speedy recovery. Love and hugs Miffy 257

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  25. God bless,wishing you a good procedure and recovery.Let others look after you for a while,

    Ann

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  26. Oh how awful, and you with so much on your plate; lucky you've got as much done as you have. But you're right to get it fixed and someone I know who has one says it's transformed her life. Hope the op goes really well and the recovery period shows steady improvement.

    cathy

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  27. Bad timing for you with the move, but I'm sure all will go well with your op. Thinking of you, love Helen xx

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  28. Oh dear Anne - I've only just caught up with this post - I hope all goes well tomorrow and that you're back home soon - you take care xxx

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