This morning Kevin and I headed down to Santa Clara Kaiser for him to be admitted, again. He spiked a fever last night and was weaker then ever. We new he needed fluids and some good old fashion hospital care. Since we've been here he has been seen by the Cardiologist team, Infectious Disease, & Gastroenterologist team. His symptoms, this time, have made him extremely weak and fatigued. He said everyday feels like the second day of a bad flu. These teams together are trying to figure out what is going on with him. They need to rule out heart rejection and amyloidosis in his G.I. We hope this is a nasty virus, because viruses can get better. He's had all kinds of labs already and will have a colonoscopy in the morning. He joked that this is one proceedure that he's never had. For dinner he gets to drink Go-lightly, but Kevin calls it run-quickly. This is to clean out his G.I. for the colonoscopy in the morning. He's relieved to be here. At home he tends to self-diagnose. Now he can relax and let everyone else take care of him. It's a good thing.