Courtyard Rochester Mayo Clinic Area/Saint Marys
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... your blood pressure for a short time. Then, less blood flows to your brain and you may faint. With neurocardiogenic syncope, you may or may not have warning signs, such as skin paleness, weakness, sweating, blurred vision or nausea.
Yep...that about sums it up! I have one more test in the morning and one final consultation with the cardiologist and then...we are out of here! I've ...
... up to St. Olaf for a football game on Saturday. We will head home on Saturday afternoon and then will be coming back to Mayo Clinic next week for appointments on Wednesday and Thursday.
From there, we plan to take off on "Bob and Jane's Great Adventure Road Trip" to Vermont to see Matt, Raissa, and Elianna!
Miss you all, miss my turtles, miss my family on Maui! We'll keep you posted!
Jane and ...
... Senator John Thune called this place home once.
We had a bite to eat and then headed down the road again. We passed in to the state of Minnesota. The state seems very flat, filled with soybean and corn fields as far as the eyes can see. Large silos and ...
... miles, all the way to La Crosse.
The weather closed in on us so we pulled over and donned the wet weather gear. It didn't clear until we reached Rochester, our destination for the night.
We found a great place to have dinner, Whiskey Creek Saloon, fabulous meal and plenty of whiskey to choose from.
Now we have found some interesting facts in our travels. We now know the difference between Hillbilly's & Rednecks. Hillbilly's live in the mountains, ...
... is now white, his once strong body is thin and frail, he is not wearing his dentures, his cheeks are sunken in, and his once voluptuous lips are thin and closed tight.
“Is that Elizabeth?” he mumbles toothless.
Two nurses help Dad into bed and hook him up to an intravenous tube. I spend the week sitting in a hard chair facing Dad. I position a stand with a flat ...