Monday, May 27, 2013

Eyeless in Prague

Well, the King of Thailand and I have something in common, since we both have only one eye, at least temporarily. Pneumonia 'palsied' the optic nerve in brain that controls my left eye muscles, Dr. says, so I have quite severe double vision. Must wear eye patch for two to three months until it resolves itself hopefully. If not, surgery. Good news is I can read, work on computer, and teach classes - though not easily and without left peripheral vision, so must be careful I don't step on any of my little ones. But life is not so easy anymore. Don't know when I will be able to resume blogging on any regular basis. But listening to a lot of music and audio books, quite a treat. 

Yet in all of this there is Peace and the inner assurance that all will be well in 'God's good time.'

7 comments:

Phil Ewing said...

So sorry to hear this Richard. I'm relieved to hear that it is temporary. Nevertheless it's hard to adjust to something like this. You are in my prayers and I shall miss your posts. I don't comment much these days but always follow your posts. Take care and rest much when you can. Blessings

colkoch said...

Hope the eye patch works for you Jayden. I'm keeping you in my prayers and meditations and don't worry about the blog. All things in their own time.

M.McShea said...

Sorry to hear of your present limitations. Have some medical issues myself at the moment but not on your scale. Perhaps it is a time to sit back and reflect, design great thoughts and sculpt them later on paper or laptop. My thoughts and prayers for you and your full recovery.

William D. Lindsey said...

Jayden, I hope the patch will work and that you won't need surgery. If you do have to resort to surgery, though, I hope that will go very well. Thinking of you!

William D. Lindsey said...

P.S. Clever title for your posting.

Richard Jayden Cameron said...

Thank you to everyone for the very kind words of support. I'm adjusting slowly to the new situation, and hope to be able to blog a bit soon.

Nick Young said...

Prayerful support from Liverpool UK