Long day but its all done and over with.. We arrived at St David Medical Center at 12:30 filled out paperwork and were assigned a prep room. A nurse came in and took vitals and blood. Andrea said she was a “hard stick” but the nurse she is good….well she was not and it ended […]
After bringing Lilly back to the RV we decided to explore downtown Austin some more and visited 6th Street. The whole area reminded us of Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Bar next to bar, tattoo shop, trinket store, restaurant, bouncers standing outside trying to lure you in with deals, homeless drugged up people sleeping in […]
We decided to take Lilly to the Capitol Building and work on her social anxiety in new surroundings and dealing with new people. the park around the capitol is very nice, small little monument dedicated to various groups. Lots of people ran, walked the dogs or just hung out.
We went to bed and Andrea said that she was not feeling well. We tested her heartbeat with “KardiaMobile” (https://store.alivecor.com/products/kardiamobile) Not a paid sponsor or endorsement but that thing works great detecting AFib. I am glad we went to the ER yesterday in daylight so we had an idea where to go and what roads […]
01/12/2019 We slept in and I thought it would turn into a lazy morning but we skipped breakfast and went to Bentsen Rio Grande Valley State Park to enjoy the sunny but cool morning. We were not disapointed at all. We were lucky enough to catch the Tram and did not have to walk much. […]
I found a RV Resort in Austin only 5 miles away from the Hospital Andrea has the ablation done. Website posts a daily rate of $40 and weekly one of $285. After calling them and leaving a message and not getting a call back I called again and asked to make a Reservation. When they […]
We finally got the appointment for the ablation and are going to Austin, TX to get that done the week of January 28th. On Monday she has some testing done and on Tuesday they will do the ablation . The rest of the week is for recovery , prob one day in the Hospital. Never […]