OT Christmas Blessing

Happy Day. Celebrate with me. Mr. Esther has macular degeneration and had
cataracts and astigmatism. We've been doing corrective surgeries since
mid-October. Today he has 20/40 vision. It has been a scary journey but we
have never been alone. I called our children with the wonderful news/results
. . . that he was good enough to get a driver's license until he is 87. Our
children say they will stay off the road. Blessing to you all, Polly
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Polly Esther
To quote a beloved favorite of mine "Praise G-d from whom all blessings flow..."
WOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO for you and the Mr. and Yogi!
Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.
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Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.
I could have run a profitable business at the driver's license bureau. They have a understandable but outrageous policy of: heck. I'm too excited to remember what they say but it means either you have exact fee in legal currency or Go Home. I just happened to remember that pain and carried with me money including eleven ones, 10 dimes, one nickel and 9 cents in change. Poor desperate guy who'd been waiting for hours stood up and begged in the waiting crowd, "Can anybody PLEASE give me change for a five?" I could. I did. Made his day. Ours was already made. Praise God. Polly
"Leslie & The Furbabies in MO." <
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Polly Esther
I am so happy for you guys. This is wonderful news. We are happy around here to have something to celebrate with you. Woohoo and yippee. Give that man a hug from here. Taria
Happy Day. Celebrate with me. Mr. Esther has macular degeneration and had cataracts and astigmatism. We've been doing corrective surgeries since mid-October. Today he has 20/40 vision. It has been a scary journey but we have never been alone. I called our children with the wonderful news/results . . . that he was good enough to get a driver's license until he is 87. Our children say they will stay off the road. Blessing to you all, Polly
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Taria
"Polly Esther" wrote in part>
Our children say they will stay off the road.
Maybe if you just told your family when Mr Esther was out driving it wouldnt stop them from being on the road all the time ?
Dee in Oz
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Dee in Oz
That's really wonderful, Polly. I'm so pleased for you both. Visiting the crib will mean so much this year. You can thank Him in person >gHappy Day. Celebrate with me. Mr. Esther has macular degeneration and
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Pat S
What a great gift! (I think) Mobility is everything -and even if he doesn't drive, he can see where to put his feet. (A friend of mine has parents in their 90s -mom has Alzheimers but good vision, dad is nearly blind but all marbles in position. So they drive as a team. Pretty scary!) Roberta in D

>Happy Day. Celebrate with me. Mr. Esther has macular degeneration and had >cataracts and astigmatism. We've been doing corrective surgeries since >mid-October. Today he has 20/40 vision. It has been a scary journey but we >have never been alone. I called our children with the wonderful news/results >. . . that he was good enough to get a driver's license until he is 87. Our >children say they will stay off the road. Blessing to you all, Polly
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Roberta
So happy for you both! Son has dad surgery on his 2nd eye for macular and it will be another few weeks before he will be able to see out of it. Because of high blood sugar blood vessels in both eye had popped and he could not see at all. We have been very concerned that he would be blind. God is good and he answers prayers! Barbara in Florida
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