I am a Christian woman who has survived many years on the planet. God has blessed me with a wonderful family: husband, 3 sons, a dear DIL, and a precious grandson. I also have dear friends to keep me inspired. I am an artist of sorts and am finding my way through the great blessing of retirement. I recently retired after 20 years as a music teacher. Life is good!
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Throw some sequins on those glasses and get out there and go shopping, eat some chocolate and drink margaritas!!!!
Hope the surgery is smooth and will be behind you soon.
You really aren't old enough for cataracts! But I guess you forgot to tell your eyes that! Now those sunglasses aren't that bad…..almost no worse than the cocoons I wear so I don't have to change glasses to sunglasses all the time!
Are you getting the lenses that make you see like you're eyes are young again? That's what I hope to do and never have to even wear glasses again!!
Joy, take good care of her! Praying for a great result!
I'm afraid I'm not far behind you on the cataract thing. When my eyes were last examined a year-and-a-half ago he said they weren't big enough to do anything yet. But in the past couple of months I've been starting to wonder. I'm curious – have you been noticing any changes in your eyesight?
I figure if I survived weeks without the use of my right arm after my shoulder surgery I can probably do anything. Although, I must confess, I still managed to get make-up on my face with my left hand. Hmmmm. How long do you have to go sans makeup after cataract surgery???
I'm just so amazed and grateful for all these cures and fixes and restorings of so many of our parts when they begin to fail. And could you imagine the first person to sit down and LET them prink around with those precious eyeballs?
Miracles every day. Wish this type were bigger, just til you're all well. To bright days and beautiful vision soon!
I guess this post stems from our conversation earlier today. I think Joy should take some pictures, you know….just as a memory. You are always wanting to document our lives. We just want to document yours! haha
You make me laugh.
I hope you're doing well after your first go-round—you wear those glasses, or carry a parasol or take up veils—just marvel at the mirable, and the sights that you'll take in in all their glory again.
Besides, if the opinion of a REAL old lady counts: I think they're kinda cool—you can be the TONJANATOR.
Hi sweet friend! I'm thinking of you and wondering how you're doing? Come on…give us an update.
I've been a bad blog friend. Life has been busy, but good. I did finally post something a night or two ago and I've promised myself I will get back to blogging. It's important to me.