Central Plateau, North Island

Central Plateau, North Island
View from a friend's farm

Tuesday, 16 June 2020

Same place,nothing new.

hello everyone,thank you all for words of care,love and encouragement. The angina has gone for today,maybe the words"treadmill stress test" have scared it off, or the fact that I have out on a warm singlet under the very spacious open air gown and baggy panama pants.meds have been altered and added to, again, the tummy jabs are finished for now. The lovely consultant said if the ECG under stress shows nothing,they will send me home,If there are changes, I will go to Wellington,maybe an angiogram. I miss my fabric to look at,my machine to sew a few stitches, and am so humbled by you all by who care so much.Hugh is coping OK, I think,cats are missing me, close by friends are offering help galore.
Again, no pics to share, if I get familiar with an iPad might master the next process.
Meantime, I rest as told,m will run as fast as I can and see what's next.
Quotation of the day... from our GP a while ago...

Be thankful for every morning you put two feet on the floor

Greetings from Jean..

11 comments:

Susan Heather said...

I laughed at the comment from your GP. Couldn't he/she find something more promising to quote. I do agree with it though and am thankful every time I wake to a new day.

The Furry Gnome said...

So sorry to hear all this, but hope the doctors will take care of you. Be good.

Carol Mattingly said...

Oh Jean, I am so sorry you are still in the hospital. I hope they can get this thing under control soon. It must be so scary. I send you love, prayers, peace, hope and faith. Carol

Out To Pasture said...

Glad your chest pains have subsided and you are still cheery and looking forward to the comforts of home. Hopefully your tests will finally pinpoint the problem and that it's an easy fix. Thanks for the update, Jean and hope you are soon back at your sewing machine!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Jean

Good luck on the stress test, they are not fun. But, necessary.
I pray you are well, that you can go home with your fabrics, hubby and the cats. Take care! Wishing you the best, a great day!

Jenn Jilks said...

All the best, Jean.
I had that stress test after JB's surgery and I was sure I wasn't having a heart attack. They upped my antidepressants and blood pressure pills. sigh.
We are cheering for you! xxx

Karen said...

I hope things get better for you soon Jean. Sending you a {{{hug}}}

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

Thank you for the update and I will continue to send you love and hopes for answers soon.

Jenny said...

It's not easy being in hospital, even though you know you are getting the best of care. Of course you are worried about Hugh, home, the cats, and missing your fabrics too, quite understandable. Do take care, do what the docs tell you, and know your readers are all wishing you well.

QuiltGranma said...

Sending more love your way today, and prayers for you and yours!

Mystic Quilter said...

Jean I did leave a comment here for you but may have good and not pressed publish, there is one for your latest post.