Insurance companies don’t like fluttering hearts, regardless of the reason.
St. George, Utah (Vocus) February 12, 2010
While most husbands give candy and flowers for Valentine’s Day, this year business executive, Bob Morse of Southern Utah literally captured the love he has for his wife on an Electro-Cardiogram (EKG) machine used to check heart health. As an insurance exam nurse ran an EKG on Morse, his wife came into the room and corresponding heart beat spikes were recorded on the EKG paper chart.
“Here’s proof I still love my wife after 39 years of marriage,” noted Morse. “She still makes my heart flutter when she comes into the room!”
“The nurse had to wait until my heart calmed down to continue the test,” joked Morse. “Insurance companies don’t like fluttering hearts, regardless of the reason.”
Morse framed the EKG paper chart and gave it to his wife Patti for Valentine’s Day. The inscription read: “I only have heart for you.”
About Bob Morse
Mr. Morse is the Chief Marketing Officer for Brock International Brock International is a fee-based retirement, tax, estate and asset protection advisor located in St. George, Utah. Morse is also a case study specialist who develops customer stories for Microsoft and HP.
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