Admiral Yamamoto infamously said "You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a man with a rifle behind every blade of grass."
And so it should be, a nation of riflemen....
We'll wait...get some sleep.
Amazing you can blog in these circumstances. Praying for your health. Rest up (hugs)
You'll be in my prayers here. And like I said--if you need anything, you let me know.A CARE Shepherd will be dispatched just as soon as I can manage to staple him into the UPS shipping box.
You are in our thoughts and prayers, Jim.
Thoughts and prayers for you. TerryFla.
Damn... Glad you're recovering and thoughts and prayers Jim!
Yeah, it was quite a surprise. There's an enzyme test they can do to indicate with great certainty whether you've had a heart attack or not. The threshold is "point one", and my result was NINE.I now have zero chest pain, but my right thigh is sore where they went in.The wife cleaned out the Jeep for me, throwing away four packs of cigarettets I just bought!Well, at least she got it washed......
Dammit! Please don't smoke anymore - consider this your clue!!!!! Of course, thoughts and prayers sent your way, and if you need anything, let me know.
I was joking with the staff at the walk-in clinic about that right before they called the medical transport Saturday, Jeff!
Hope you're back in the saddle soon.
Recovery from all this is better & easier than it used to be, which is a good thing. Get better quickly, sir.
Jim, so sorry to hear about your troubles but happy that you are doing well and got the treatment you needed. My prayers are with you, my friend!
Keep it civil, please....