Friday, March 9, 2012

Heaven

I'm pretty sure that heaven smells like a newborn baby fresh from a bath. In fact, I'm positive!

2 comments:

champ said...

or cinnabon!

MontanaEakles said...

Hi Kimi,

I found your blog when I was googling Dr. Hwang and ablation. I found your posts very interesting and was sorry to hear that you now need a heart transplant. I am curious to know if you have known about your specific heart condition mentioned in your Feb. 25 blog for many years or if that only came up due to the ablation treatment. My 22 year old daughter has had a high heart rate that seem to have progressively gotten worse. It's usually about 110 when resting and goes to about 180 just walking. She lives in Provo and saw Dr. Hwang. She's had all the basic heart tests, and did a tilt table test last week. He says that her heart rate is not just high, but irregular. He has recommend an EPS with possible ablation if they can find the cause. I was just wondering if you have any advice that you could share. Her heart issues seem no where close to yours. We've only known that her heart rate was high the last couple of years. It hasn't bothered her until the last year. Do you still live in Utah? I live in Parker, CO. It seems like we have much in common--heart issue, Provo, CO, LDS Church, Dr. Hwang, etc. If you have any advice and your health is up to it, I would love to chat. I'm just not sure the best way to contact each other. You could find me on FB under Christina Eakle. My daughter is Kelsey. I'm a little nervous about posting my email address. I guess my main concern is if you would say something like "don't do the procedure with Dr. Hwang. He doesn't know what he's doing, etc." I know he has a lot of experience with ablations. I guess I'm not sure if that's the right step. She tried heart medication a different cardiologist prescribed but she kept fainting on very small doses. Thank you.