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AHOY!!!! First and foremost- a HUGE & HEARTFELT THANKS YOU to all of my friends in the DOC. Your love, support, positive vibes, and willingness to not only talk like a pirate and don an eye patch means the world to me!!
I can’t even begin to articulate what your kind words and funny actions mean to me.
A proper letter of thanks will be posted tomorrow!
Anyway, my tests results from Friday were FANTASTIC.
Corroded Arteries-GORGEOUS. And to quote the 2 corroded artery ultrasound specialists: Kel, YOU have a great set of corroded arteries with almost no plac for a person over 35. And especially for a person who’s had type 1 for 32 years!
Echo cardiogram- FANTASTIC.
So far, my Endo, Cardiologist, and crackerjack team of ophthalmologists from Wills Eye all believe this my ocular occlusion was a one in a million occurrence and ironically WAS NOT DIABETES RELATED.
Now, I just need to get a Stress Test and a few brain scans out of the way for a clean bill of health.
I absolutely believe that God,Buddha,The Goddess,etc or whoever the powers that be is or are (and I absolutely believe in loving & funny higher power) does indeed have a sense of humor. Seriously, have you ever seen or read about the platypus?
Whatever the reason is for my right eye losing most of its vision I will accept and move on.
If for some reason Mr. Wonderful gives my right eye some more vision- I will be happy. And if Mr. Wonderful continues to provide me with the little vision I have left in my right eye, I will be happy. My brain is already adapting and my left eye is picking up the slack quite nicely.
I will continue to work, laugh,learn, and will continue to make others laugh and learn, and move forward with my life instead of looking back.
I won’t focus on what I don’t have, but will continue to look ahead and focus on what is ahead.
Glad to be back blogging and will report more when I know more!