This is not really afib related. However it makes me feel how luckly I am with the condition. We are the lucky one's. We know we have the condition and rate / rhythm / ablation can help. It's likely we can continue to live a fairly normal life - making some life stlyle changes of course.
I just want to put a positive spin on our afib.
I have to mention this man. He won't mind me giving his first name - Derick. I met him yesterday and we had a drink together. The guy is 75 and has teminal lung cancer. Maybe he has another 6 months if he's 'lucky'. In my time I have never come across such a brave man in my life. His courage is second to none. He accepts what's going to happen and is ready for the inevitable. He's happy and smiles all the time - personally I think he's hiding his true feelings a little.
So why do I post this ? Because it put's me to shame. I grumble about being back in afib - I should take this man's courage onboard.