Another heart attack. In hospital. No writing, just thinking, 🛏
It's not a fun experience to be honest. Bland food, people whining because they don't want to be stuck in ICU, and a difficult environment to sleep due to people regularly waking you up to make sure you're alive.
If there are hiking trails near where you live, it often helps with the heart rehab. Though per experience having a three-year-old shoving your butt on steep trails can get aggravating.
If you're lucky they'll kick you out within 48 hours.
Just imagine yourself hiking this trail with little demons aged 3.5-years old, 5-years-old, and 7.5-years-old, with a day assault pack on your back carrying a med-kit weighing a good ten pounds. Better to have the supplies and not need them than need the supplies and not have them.
This is the point where the youngest smiled because he gets bored on the easy sections, since he prefers the challenging trails [for adults]. The middle kinder like the youngest has a temper though she sounds like a Marine when she gets on a roll. The oldest gets dramatic.
The cardiologist doesn't quite grasp that getting three kids and spouse safely across a few miles of rough terrain is better exercise than a cardio class. The reason being getting outside in nature [sans conflict] is enjoyable while being stuck in a room smelling other peoples' butts is not my cup of kaffee.
Heal up quickly, as hospitals are boring places to be.
Walking or hiking also stimulate the brain. Left foot/hand right side of the brain. Right foot/hand left side of the brain. The constant crossing of the extremities while walking help the brain function and great to help prevent dementia. Best wishes and prayer Ken.
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