I went to see Frank again today. He was sedated but he knew there were people there. I brought my kindle with me and played him some 50's type easy listening music. Including his Patti Page. One of Steve and Frank's family friends, who is also their family doctor, was there as well. He laid out some facts and opinions which Steve valued. And he consulted with some of Frank's doctors. Frank's heart is only working at about 10% at this point. Among other problems, obviously. Steve says that tomorrow (Saturday) is a decision day. We know what that means. Right now, I'm still not 100% sure I'll be there because this is family time. But if Steve wants or needs me there, I'll be there. I told Frank that his friends from Blue Pride are asking for him and that they're all pulling for him. Obviously, I'll let you know what happens. When the inevitable happens. He loved/loves Blue Pride and all of our members. He is one of the greatest people I've ever or will ever meet. And I don't say that lightly. How poetic that it seems he will probably leave on his birthday. His 75th. Thanks for allowing me to vent and for you guys helping me through this. None of us want Frank to be in pain, discomfort or anything else that would diminish his quality of life. But he's a warrior. Wow, Frank.