easy child and I went up there very early this morning. Waited all morning on his doctor. His medications were working so the cardioversion wasn't necessary. And we waited, and waited. Well, husband was falling asleep on us and it wasn't looking so hot for him coming home.........so easy child and I left telling him if doctor came in and released him we'd come back up and get him or Nichole had offered to pick him up and bring him home. Since doctor showed up when we were about half way home.......Nichole ended up picking him up. By that time easy child didn't have time to pick up husband and be back home for when sister in law had to go to work. And with as long as discharge took.......no way would she have been home in time. And that promise to make certain he'd come home with his medications?? phht. Empty words basically. They would fill his stomach medication and lipitor for free, if he waited in line for like oh about 2 hrs, but flat out refused to do the actual heart medications. So we'll fill the two medications you can easily do without but not fill the two that are critically important. Brilliant. So husband came home with nothing filled. Even more brilliant as we might not have enough cash on hand to fill the scripts. He didn't qualify for medicaid.....or we haven't heard from them yet. And he won't get his SS check until next week. Having some trouble finding out the potential costs of the medications. Lipitor is not expensive, I dunno about the others, one is nitroglycerin sub lingual. So......he's looking through the silver for odds and end pieces to sell for market value. (makes me sick but what can you do?) Wont' be able to do that until tomorrow and I have to find a legitimate place here that will buy it. husband wants to take it to the pawn shop, not to pawn but to sell.......uh, no not thrilled with that one. I know how such places work as bro used to have one for about 20 yrs. He's still, oh I dunno, acting odd. Not a real bad odd, just odd.......uh off......not sure how to put it. Not grouchy at all, just well off. I know he's really tired, he never really rested up there with all the interruptions and the anxiety ect. But at least he's not more than an hour away from me. Oh, and the discharge instructions? A joke. I'm looking for how much activity is safe for him to do and how to build him up gradually so as not to push too hard........and there is nothing about that at all. Nothing. Just how to take his medications. wth? Oh well, at least he's home. We'll figure it out. We always do.