Well, since we missed little Eva's birthday, could we hit a holiday? I don't think the baby is quite ready for his debut. We are chilling out here in airconditioned comfort near Fort Bragg waiting for grandbaby. I hope he comes before end of next week, since Grandpa will have to fly home ........
So what to report on.... what to say..... OK, here we go; Life is a blessing, I believe the meds prescribed for the gout are beginning to take effect a little at a time, and the heat of my feet feels less today, while the horrible pain of my right arm is abating as well. God is good. Flying was not too bad, as my Boston Scientific SCS is still running like a charm controlling the pain for which it is programmed. I so appreciate having the item and having been allowed to program it myself. THAT and my trusty seat cushion is the ONLY way to fly, just ask Jenna [she is not around too much as she is busy living life again with her family in Ireland].
Doc says he is going to get the article published in an international back surgeon rag so the word on patient programming can be proclaimed around the world; even so, I am still plumbing for the angel VC capital for Inspri X, the latest invention I have to bring to market. When it flies, and it will [thank you God], Boston Sci shareholders will receive a tender offer because we MUST provide a place where true help for sufferers may be obtained. Dead serious here. With God at the head, it cannot fail.
So, just add your prayers all will come together. Many whom I have given presentations on the Inspri X concept are taking it to people they know to plow the fields for interest. It will go.
Praying for a world in pain,
Mark56 [Grandpa in waiting]