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Monday 4/19 — Time out for Cataract Surgery #2! | April 18, 2021

WHEE! I’ll finally be able to SEE!

With BOTH eyes.

And without glasses. (Fingers crossed.)

I don’t know how long I’ll be away from the screen, but hang tight.

And please take care of one another.


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  1. Yeah!!!
    Can’t wait to hear how it goes.
    Will be praying for you!
    Tami

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    Comment by Tami — April 18, 2021 @ 3:11 PM

  2. Woohoo!! Great to hear Phylis!! I hope everything goes perfect!! 😀

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    Comment by Aaron Holmes — April 18, 2021 @ 3:12 PM

  3. Good luck😎’

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    Comment by Toni Robison — April 18, 2021 @ 3:13 PM

  4. THANKS!

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    Comment by Phylis Feiner Johnson — April 18, 2021 @ 3:19 PM

  5. It’s going to be three-dimensional! Enjoy!

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    Comment by HoDo — April 18, 2021 @ 3:34 PM

  6. Attaway’ Phylis!

    My sister wore glasses and doesn’t since cataract surgery; sees better than she did at twenty.

    Maybe you’ll see through everything 🙂

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    Comment by philamisan — April 18, 2021 @ 4:05 PM

  7. Congratulations! So excited for you and am sending loving prayers for a fast recovery!

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    Comment by Doreen — April 18, 2021 @ 4:06 PM

  8. You have my understanding Phylis if we don’t hear from you for a few days. I met someone last week with cataracts and now I know what it means…. I wasn’t really sure of what it is beforehand. Take care. Leon

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    Comment by Leon Chavarria — April 18, 2021 @ 7:40 PM

  9. Speedy recovery! Good luck 🙂

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    Comment by 17mwatson — April 18, 2021 @ 7:57 PM

  10. Really hoping it goes well and that you heal quickly with better vision than ever. Fingers crossed 🤞. 🤗

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    Comment by Laura Neece-Baltaro — April 18, 2021 @ 11:14 PM

  11. Reblogged this on Disablities & Mental Health Issues.

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    Comment by Kenneth — April 19, 2021 @ 5:54 AM

  12. Your in my prayers 🙏

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    Comment by Bonnie C Sutherland — April 19, 2021 @ 5:47 PM

  13. So how did it go? I felt relieved after the second eye and all I noticed was a very slight addition to my eyesight. It was like a slit in the outside part of both eyes. It never bothered me but I could tell it was there.

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    Comment by Ed Lugge — April 21, 2021 @ 2:03 PM

  14. It went ok. I don’t feel any discomfort at all. I’m a little disappointed that I’m not seeing that much better. But this is only day #3 of the second one.

    Busy shopping for funky readers to make up for the difference. (And just for fun.)

    Amazon had zillions of 5-packs of different colored readers at incredible cheap prices. 🙂

    Thanks for asking, Ed!

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    Comment by Phylis Feiner Johnson — April 21, 2021 @ 2:12 PM

    • I know what you mean about being disappointed. My right eye is OK but my left eye is still blurry. I have about five cheap pairs of glasses sitting around because that’s all I need to read stuff.

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      Comment by Ed Lugge — April 21, 2021 @ 9:16 PM


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