Yes people, I can now play duelling banjos.. all be it very slowly, but I can play it..!! Told Hubby and he was like "Uh huh.." which means.. "Damn you and your ability to hear a song and play it without sheet music" Muwahahahaaa....
I shall console him by buying him a vintage fedora I saw in a second hand shop :)
He had his first heart check up since the operation, yesterday, and it went better than expected. He had the device dialled back a bit. Before it felt like it was going to jump out of his chest. And his ejection fraction has shot up to 45! which is amazing! For those of you who don't know what an EF is, to put it simply, it is the amount of blood the heart is able to pump through itself. Normal people sit around 55 to 65. When you get a low count, like Hubby has been...somewhere in the 20's then the risk of heart failure is extremely high. like drop dead at any second high. So Hubby's 45 is one more step away from that happening. Needless to say we are both ecstatic It doesn't mean that his heart is cured, it's not, his condition is terminal, but it does mean that he doesn't have imminent death hanging over his head, AND he is feeling a lot more healthier and energetic.
So nothing but good news here. And now I am off to enjoy school holidays with my family :)