We are home again, home again jiggty a jig
Greetings Everyone! ;-)
My husband and I have returned home from our wonderful visit with Nina and Peter. We had a fantastic time! It was so wonderful to actually meet and chat with someone who has heart issues as I do. What great friends my husband and I have made in Nina and Peter. We shall remember this trip for the rest of our lives.
Travel was quite easy internationally speaking. No problems if one does not mind being personally body searched each time one enters a secured area. (customs) Port of Entry. It was not that bad. The last leg of the trip home was the shortest flight, however it was the most troubling. Our flight left Houston late by 2.5 hours so the Pilot made up some time in the air by flying faster..... Uhmmm there went the pacer! (my heart was beating all over the place) I had some problems with it as our seats were very close to the engines. I could actually see into the jet engine, that's how close I was sitting. Yes it was a very small jet. After we landed I was just fine again. So glad it wasn't a longer flight! No permanent damage. I see the cardiologist in 2 weeks anyway just in case. ;-) The time difference is taking some work to get me back on track, but I believe I am doing well.
It's nice to be home. Take care fellow pacers, happy travels to you!
Pacergirl and Hubby ;-)
You know you're wired when...
Your heart beats like a teenager in love.
But I think it will make me feel a lot better. My stamina to walk is already better, even right after surgery. They had me walk all around the floor before they would release me. I did so without being exhausted and winded the way I had been.