Today is a busy day for us. In a few hours we are off to the hospital so that Norman can have procedure called "cardioversion" done on his heart. He has been having trouble with his heart beat for a month or so . . . they call it Atrial Fibrillation. In A-Fib the upper part of your heart beats faster (quivers) than the rest of your heart. Some explain it as "like your heart is going to jump out of your ribs or that your heart is "flip-flopping" around". It has made him very tired, lightheaded and a little short of breath so we need to get this under control.
Also, Norman's cousin's wife, Barbara, has been diagnoised with an adenoid cystic carcinoma. This is an uncommon form of malignant neoplasm that arises within secretory glands of the head and neck. The doctor has removed the tumor and she is to start 7 weeks of radiation on Tuesday.
Please keep both Norman and Barbara in your prayers.
So since we are away from the house today I am leaving you with a picture of some beautiful wildflowers growing in Vail Valley.
Have a great Monday!