He's posted on Facebook so I guess it's okay to post this here.
No happy hour tonight, kids.
It's not covid, by the way, my heart decided to beat all weird. They say I'll most likely be fine, but they're keeping me overnight.
Hospitals are boring.
He's going to be okay. My boy.
I love him so.
They're letting Rachel stay with him.
I love her too. More than I can say.
I'm so glad that he's where he can be taken care of and watched over carefully.
His heart is my heart. And that's the truth.
I just read your other post and then this one popped up. This must have scared you all so much! I'm glad he is where they can watch over him just to be safe. Has he had this kind of trouble in the past? I'm sending calming and healing thoughts to you all!ReplyDelete
So glad Rachel is there with him. I know you want to be there with him. ❤️❤️ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, Mary, this must have been a very emotional day for you. I know what a distressing situation it is when a loved one is not well, especially our child, we hurt too. I'm thankful to hear it is not covid and I hope the heart arrhythmia is soon resolved. Sending love and healthy, healing vibes to your dear Hank.ReplyDelete
Oh my god, Mary. Sending Hank and you all love. xoxoReplyDelete
And your heart must be aching. I'm hoping for a speedy recovery and his return home very soon. Much love to all of you!ReplyDelete
Oof, that's not what you want. I hope everything is OK, best wishes for a speedy recovery for Hank xxReplyDelete
Can only imagine your heart was beating wildly. too, after hearing this news. Sending good thoughts to Hank and Rachel; hope they are home soon and Hank recovered. You, too.ReplyDelete
He's in the best place for them to take care of him. Big hugs to you and him, I'm sure he'll be fine! No, I KNOW he'll be fine!ReplyDelete
I hope he's fine and out quickly. Sending hugs to both of you.
sending all my love and strength for your hank!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad Hank is going to be okay and that Rachel is there with him. Thank you for posting this right away...your first post had me scared. Take care dear Mary.ReplyDelete
afib? or maybe flutter. or maybe both. he will be fine. afib is the most common health ailment in the world and most importantly, in most cases, not life threatening. mine still kicks up now and then even on the med. lots of ways to approach it.ReplyDelete
Hank will be OK though he may have to take meds for Atrial Fib. Dennis has been taking it for about 30 years now having collapsed in aerobics and hauled off to hospital. Nip it in the bud before damage can become a thing! Hank was lucky, I must say. Worrying for the parents and spouse and siblings , no doubt!ReplyDelete
He will be OK! He HAS to be!
oh god, i know your entire consciousness is with him in that hospital. glad he's going to be ok, and that he has rachel. they are such beautiful soulmates.ReplyDelete
So glad he's being observed and treated. I've heard of quite a bit of this recently, and cardiologists are finding it's not an ailment of the heart itself, but very likely the effect of continuous stress.ReplyDelete
Oh No! I'm glad he is being taken care of. That must have been quite scary for him, and Rachel and you and the whole family! Best wishes for good health for Hank!ReplyDelete
Sorry to learn that your firstborn has had to stay in hospital. I hope that whatever took him there can be addressed and corrected or healed. Of course it's good that it is not COVID 19 but just being in hospitals these days can be extra frightening. Get well soon Hank!ReplyDelete
So glad Rachel is there with him. Get well soon Hank!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh! Get well, Hank! Don't scare us like this!ReplyDelete
I hope Hank is well and out of hospital soon-sending best wishes for a speedy recovery.ReplyDelete
Oh dear, how scary for Hank and your family! Get well and home soon.ReplyDelete
Get well, be well and be home soon, Hank.ReplyDelete
Sending get well fast wishes to Hank. And Mama, you take care of you! I know how it is - they are always our babies!ReplyDelete
Healing Energies to Hank and may he be Home soon!ReplyDelete
As one with a mitral valve prolapse who is subject to supraventricular tachycardia episodes, Hank has my sympathy and my wishes that whatever it is, it's easy to fix or treat and all will be well. Those out of whack heartbeats are scary.ReplyDelete