Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Baseball is not important...

Baseball is not that important if you don't have health. People can tend to forget small things in life. I have been reminded many times this year with my own health issues that life can be tricky at times.

My dad had heart surgery yesterday and everything is looking normal. It's hard seeing him with tubes in his mouth and machines all over the room. It's a reminder that life can be cruel sometimes but it's also a challenge to see how you are going to handle these events.

You won't see me blogging much in the next couple of days. I will be spending time at the Hospital with my dad and make sure he's doing okay.

I did see a couple of people using their laptops in the waiting room. Maybe there's Wi-Fi? If so, I'll have something here later...

Have a good one everyone! (Spring is almost here!)

7 comments:

Wes Parker in Iowa said...

Baseball IS a diversion..a game. Buneas suerte to you and your Father.

Orel said...

Good to hear, Roberto. Don't eat too much of that hospital food.

Schruender said...

All the best to your dad.

Steve Sax said...

...I was going to write something lame like "ironically, health is not that important if you don't have baseball"...

...but in all seriousness, best of luck to you and your father and hope everything works out okay.

And to build on Orel's comment, I'd avoid the jello.

Roberto said...

Thanks everyone! :)

Steve said...

You and your family are in my prayers.

Roberto said...

Thanks Steve :)