First Mom - Ok, I have decided that unless there is a drastic change in my vision in the next month or so, I will not be posting a whole lot about it. At times it seems to take over my life and there is more to me than that. Suffice it to say that I did have an appointment earlier this morning with my local eye doctor and while the improvement is still "maybe slight but definitely not worse but no cause for celebration" - my doctor needs to realize that I do consider "not worse" a really good reason to celebrate considering the overall nature of my eye condition. In fact, the fact that I am seeing good enough that I can return to my previous job IS a MAJOR cause for celebration.
In fact, after thinking about my overall health condition 35 years ago when I was discharged from the hospital on Christmas Eve after a surgery that left me more like an infant than a 20 year old woman and having the surgeon and other medical staff giving a prognosis that I would probably never walk again and a hospital social worker tell my mom and dad that they should probably find an institution for me - and now I am living on my own and working at a good job where I have been for 26 years. Reason to celebrate-
DARN RIGHT I HAVE REASON TO CELEBRATE!
Ok, this post is already longer than I originally planned - hope no one minded my sentimental journey but it was all kinda brought home when I sat in church on Christmas Eve 2011 and thinking what 'I' was experiencing when I sat in church on that Christmas Eve in 1976.
Now on to the news from Shiloh'n Shasta->
Shiloh'n Shasta Beaglebratz here- Ok, we iz NOT gonna b az long-winded
az mom wuz.
BUTT, we Beaglebratz haf reezon tu
Last week we entered a give-away
over at the blog of
Wilma the Pug and
Yep, we won - we get thoze yummy treatz at Pawmetto.
Mom'z vizion iz duin'good'n
we iz gittin'sum nu treatz.
Now may-b we won't STARVE!