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Corby and the Holter Monitor

Corby went to the doctor this morning and got attached to a "Holter" monitor. You know, you tend to get attached to things on your body! It will monitor all heart activity for 24 hours. This was ordered by Dr. Messner because of his fainting spell last Saturday morning. While the doctor doesn't believe he has a heart problem, he's ruling it out. Tomorrow morning he will "lose" the monitor and they will do an echocardiogram. Hoping for good results!

Just an FYI for anyone who might live in the north or east part of town - Leeker's is having double $1 coupons today through next Tuesday. I've already got my stack out and am rarin' to go!

Had lunch yesterday with my good friend Anne. We are both working on a "picture a day" project, so we took turns taking "self photos". I didn't do a very good job with mine, but at least it's a picture!I haven't posted a picture of Cinnamon in a while - mostly because she won't stay still. She's always on the go. I snapped this a couple of days ago...And way to go Shockers! Another home win! That's two in a row!


Jennifer Lacy said…
omg that pic of corby is so funny! Please tell me it is your screen saver at work!
Linda J said…
he'd kill me if I made it my screen saver at work, but I just might do it on my home computer.
Rockyn Robyn said…
And did Ann get her long locks cut off?!?!

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