oh yeah, and for those who wanted to know what my heart problem is actually called, it’s Tachycardias. They gave me a booklet for information on the procedure. I’ve read most of it now.

I should go pick up some groceries. I’ve eaten peanuts today, and that’s about it.

Going through a mild case of ‘I want my mommy’ syndrome. To be expected, I’m sure.


  • templier

    August 15, 2001 at 5:33 pm


    Is that where your heart beats backwards in time but your body travels forwards in time and can’t recieve any meaningful information from your heart? Kinda like tachyons?

    Or is that where your heart is decorated in the most gaudy fashion?

    In either case, I hope it is all resolved quickly and painlessly…

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      August 15, 2001 at 5:49 pm

      Re: Tachycardius?

      It was caused by a transporter accident.

      • templier

        August 15, 2001 at 6:40 pm

        Jenutor of Borg

        Does this endanger your position in the collective at all?

        Will they need to re-laminate your ASS?

  • lunastar32

    August 15, 2001 at 8:18 pm

    I know what you’re feeling. When I was thirteen years old I had a surgery that is comparitive to heart surgery. I have a genetc disease called scoliosis- or lateral curvature of the spine. It was an eight hour long procedure where they connectd hooks and rods to my spine to straighten it out. It was the second riskiest surgery next to heart surgery for the fact that it could paralyis me. Luckily it went really well.

    I’m not telling you this to take away your fear. Unfortunately nothing will make you feel better. You’ll have the butterflies until they take you into that steril room all by yourself with strangers that you have to trust with your body. I guess the only good thing is that they will give you some good drugs so you don’t feel anything and you will be in some pain afterwards. It will all become a distant memory and one that you will look back on with pride. It gives you strength when you think that you don’t have any left. You can say – yea, I did that.