Last week, I got tired of having this weird feeling that I was a little short of breath. I chocked it up to just having some congestion in my lungs. Then last Wednesday night I woke up more than once throughout the night having to just take a few deep breaths just to catch my breath. Not cool. Something's not right. Thursday morning I went into Urgent Care and was quickly diagnosed with A-Fib (Atrial Fibrillation). It's a pretty scary thing if it goes untreated ... could turn into a heart attack or stroke. Urgent Care rushed me to the Emergency Room of the nearest Cleveland Clinic. By Thursday night I was "IN" the hospital and I knew I was going to be there awhile. O-freakin'-joy! Fortunately, the Olympics are on so I did have some TV to watch. But even more fortunate is the fact that I had my DROID to keep me company for the next several days. I grew a new level of appreciation for this little thing. My DROID and I were released Tuesday evening and we're very glad to be back at home. Me in my own bed, and my DROID in it's multimedia dock. Yes! So you see ... I DO appreciate my DROID more than ANY of you. I think I'll treat it to a new ROM tonight. What the heck?