Saturday, September 12, 2009

6 days after the heart attack

I was discharged from Subang Jaya Medical Center on Thursday afternoon after my Doctor had reviewed the echo reading. It was okay for me to be discharged but that doesn't mean that I am ok per se.

I went to the Citizenship department with the help of my friends yesterday with a Doctor's letter in my hand to speed things up, they drove me and my wife there so that my wife could swore for her citizenship....a nice occasion but at a trying situation...so no celebrations after that....

Been on the net from yesterday and started reading Robin Sharma's "The Monk who sold his Ferrari" for the 3rd time but now I see the relevance of Julian Mantle....work, work, work and more work....anyway I won't get into the details...

The other reason that I was on the net is that I wanted to know what to eat after a heart attack and I have to be careful until my surgery date in order not to get another attack....

I hope and pray that everything works out well.....

4 comments:

Reflections said...

I'm praying tooo!!!!!

sukku said...

Thanks...I need all the payers...

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sukku said...

Thanks once again