We just found out today that, basically, husband's liver is failing due to the blood clots in the veins going in and out. That's the condensed version. His doctor told us this afternoon that eventually it will be terminal. He can't give us a time frame. He said it could be in two months, six months or even years. We are going to be making an appointment for a liver transplant evaluation, but with the damage the blood clots are doing, he probably won't be a candidate for a transplant, which is what we always thought this would come down to. Now we just hope the self-injections of Heparin maybe will start working to break apart the clots. If not, well, that's when the worst will happen. I know the power of positive thinking and prayers, so that is what we are doing and what we need. It was a lot to handle today. So, wow...lots to take in and lots to deal with, house, bills, etc. But we will be doing it together and right now everything is okay. Well, maybe not okay, but he's doing fine right now and he has one of the best liver specialists in the state taking care of him. He's going to be telling his family tomorrow. I could only tell my mom and Alex and well, right now the tears come too easy to talk about it. This man has been the love of my life for 30 years, and trying to imagine my life without him is practically impossible. We are both trying to live one day at a time, but then memories or thoughts of life without him creep up on me and I fall apart. So if you could, please keep us in your prayers, please, and pray the new blood thinner works and then the prospects of a liver transplant look good. Thank you all for being here for us.