Back in the Saddle Again

Military News….

US, British strike at least 60 targets, 28 locations in Yemen
The Houthis have vowed to retaliate for the strikes.


US Military Can’t Sustain Arctic Operations, ‘Let Alone Dominate,’ Experts Say

US airstrike kills Iranian-backed militia leader in Baghdad
Iranian proxies wage war on land and at sea.

It has been over three months since I last posted. I doing some whining and move on.

Back in October, I went to sleep on a Sunday night. I woke the next morning screaming in pain. My wife didn’t know what to do to help me so she called 911.

The ambulance took me to the ER. They checked me out and sent me to the hospital.

I was in the hospital for six days. On the fourth day. I had a near death experience. I was laying on my bed, and the nurse left me check the main monitor in the other room. She left instantly and came back with three doctors and several nurses.

They all were checking my blood pressure monitor. What happened was that my blood pressure dropped from a normal 125/65 in less that five minutes to 80/50. They did some things, and my blood pressure went back to normal eventually.

I was told later that I was going to die if it kept dropping.

Two days later I was sent to a rehab facility. There I learned to walk again with a walker. It was slow and painful. I progressed a little each day. I was working with PT and OT specialists. They did a wonderful job helping me.

I got out of rehab 30 days later, and was sent home. That was a total of one month!

I have done a lot of progress since then. This is my first time at the computer in three months.

I thank all the people who worked with me to get me back to a living person.


I was close this now, as I am having trouble sitting in chairs for very long.

I will post again on Monday.

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