Dying Man’s Daily Journal –

I thank all for the kind thoughts and prayers, all are so appreciated and please keep sending them.

Now to be clear the procedure angiogram-angioplasty-surgery has not happened yet. I am on what is call the urgent list. Here in Canada we do have a wonderful medical system but there are always wait times for any procedures. For this means 3-4 weeks. Now i have in the past had both an angiogram and angioplasty and know from the patients point of view, it is not a difficult procedure with no pain or discomfort what ever. The only hard part is having to lay still for 2-3 hours afterwards.

Mine is a little bit out of the ordinary. I think it was about 3 years ago a blockage was seen at the junction of the arteries. Doctors knew it would have to be dealt with. At the time it was felt to be too risky and that as long as I was able to carry on with the medications controling the situation. It would be left until either I had another heart attack or the situation had deteriorated to the point were there was no choise that it had to be dealt with. Well I guess we are at that point. The blockage is such that a heart attack is looming large on the horizon.

More to say but have to run, try for more later

2 Responses to Dying Man’s Daily Journal –

  1. Anjali says:

    Dear Bill, not a day goes by when I don’t think of you — your strength and kindness. I have faith that you will pull through. Take care.

  2. Mel says:

    Well….the time is here and we’re all praying and hoping for the best possible results. There is a great abundance of prayers and thoughts and healing being sent your way–I trust you know that. We all want good results–and for things to work for the best. I’m going to hope and pray…and do the wait with faith that things truly will become a bit better for you.
    Gosh it’s been a tough haul for you and yours. It’s time for a bit of a turn in the events–past due, actually!
    (((((((( Bill and Vi ))))))))))
    Good surgeons, good facilities….you’ll have nurses to harass and other patients to trade practical jokes with. :-/
    Oh, but while we’re in the ‘wait’ process…you be taking good care of YOU.
    We all know how much you like that ‘wait’ stuff! 😉

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