It's good to be home. Sitting here enjoying a quiet cup of coffee alone.
Almost a weeks stay at the hotel (Not the Hotel Hell Type) it was very nice.
But, if you wanted a semi decent cup of coffee you had to go to the dining area to get it. Get a cup and have a smoke outside isn't my ideal way to wake up. Seriously don't even talk to me until I have a cup.
It was an extremely nerve wracking trip. I'm very thankful that my husband made it home. He had to have this procedure done. https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/...cle/007201.htm
He was one in a few that suffered a near fatal reaction to the medications.
He fell unconscious for well over a minute. They had to inject him with a serum to counteract the the first injection. He told me he didn't even have time to tell him he was having extreme chest pains just as he was crashing. After they stabilized him, the tech came into the waiting room to get me. He looked visibly shaken. Gave me the look "This is serious!"
Just one look at him I knew things weren't good. He was so pale, dripping sweating profusely. They had us stay a few hours to keep an eye on him. He really shook up a lot of people even the Cardiologist.
When it was safe for him to go. We went back to the hotel. Booked our room for a few more nights just to recoup. Our nerves were shot. His body ached. It's bed rest, short walks around the house for a few more days for him.