by Jane Miller
I have had damn little good news in my life in the past 19 months, and I wasn’t expecting any when I sat in the exam room for an hour waiting for my retinologist, Dr. Lin, to explain the monthly test results.
My distance vision was strangely better, my middle and near vision worse The “starlings” of floaters and clouds of gray tulle that dulled my vision were back, the flashes of light continue. Continue reading “July 28”
We walked into the elevator and I walked into his arms. It didn’t take long to go down two floors, and then we were outside. This is not how I wanted it to be, I said. Adding that while I knew that was useless negativity, sometimes that’s just how it was. Continue reading “I WAS Stable, But I’m STILL Strong”
BY JANE MILLER
I’m rounding the corner. Maybe it’s only a small padded corner, so when I run into it I don’t hurt myself, but at least it’s a corner. On Tuesday, February 28, I have an appointment with my ocular surgeon. Dr. Perry will tell me then if my eye has healed enough for a permanent prosthetic.
Continue reading “Rounding Corners, or, How Janie Gets Her New Eye”