"Why do you seek the living One among the dead? He is not here, but He has risen."
|Spring blooms are the *best*!|
|Aren't baby goats the *cutest*?!!|
If you haven't been reading my blog, here are parts one, two and three explaining what is going on with my crazy heart. In summary, I was recently diagnosed with Ventricular Tachycardia. Wikipedia defines it as "a fast heart rhythm, that originates in one of the ventricles of the heart. This is a potentially life-threatening arrhythmia because it may lead to ventricular fibrillation, asystole, and sudden death."
V-Tach is not something to ignore. As you can imagine, this has been a huge shock to me. I was in the midst of training for my first half-Ironman triathlon... the thought never crossed my mind that there could be something so sinister lurking within me!
|Our new Pyrenees puppy, "Teddy"|
Thankfully there is a way to "cure" V Tach... a procedure called an ablation. This is basically a cauterization of the portion of my heart that is sending out the "bad" electrical signals.
|Daniel and Teddy's first meeting...|
|Daniel laughing at Teddy and Jasper's first meeting!|
|Jasper isn't quite sure *what* to think of Teddy! They ended up becoming best buddies... Jasper won't let our Great Dane "Dude" go anywhere near Teddy! So funny!|
Thank you *so* much! I really hate to continue to write about my health, but that's pretty huge right now for me, so I decided to just be honest here. I am hopeful that later next week I'll be able to report that my heart is no longer an issue for me, but until that time I would greatly covet your prayers.
|I *loved* this picture of Joshua and Teddy~ adorable!|
Resting in His plans and timing and rejoicing in the empty tomb,