We thought this would be the best way to let you know what has been happening with Ken. He started feeling very tired and running a fever last Wed. July 17th. He had to fly to Utah for his work as executive director of Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountain District (a faith-based drug & alcohol recovery program). He was miserable with feeling so sick with chills & fevers. He was able to go to an urgent care facility in Ft. Collins on Saturday & drive himself. On Sunday, he was feeling worse & could no longer drive. I took him & again more blood work and tests. He was so weak by then. I took him to his primary care physician on Monday. They hydrated him with 3 liters of IV fluid and a strong antibiotic. His temperature went to 103. Blood cultures were drawn. His doctor tho't we should head to the hospital. Ken really wanted to go home so the doctor made him promise that if for any reason, I would think we should head to the hospital, that he would need to cooperate.