Sunday, September 10, 2017
Working through the challenges
I'm a little better but I still cannot see clearly, neither can I read regular books. Seeing through my right eye is like looking through heavy gauze. I can now see shapes and light gets through, a hope of an eventual return to normal.
So I decided since this recovery is taking longer than expected, to tackle it for what it is... a distraction from what God has called me to do. I'm using every trick in the book. For instance, I set the font higher in my browser and while doing this I found a teeny tiny sentence asking me to set what I wanted as the smallest font online.
I've set and reset options for years and I don't recall seeing that. Probably because I didn't need it. Who knew? But I changed it from the absurdly small font it accepted and behold, it works on almost every site. My email account was set to a larger font to see easier, as well as Facebook.
This year has had a variety of health issues that are all part of developing Juvenile Diabetes long ago. However, I am blessed with a good physician and retinal specialist. Not to mention the Great Physician. I'll be seeing the specialist again next week to check the progress of the right eye.
I learned long ago not to waste a trial and this past week, as I listened to a sermon on TV (cannot remember which one), the pastor reiterated that God redeems our trials if we ask for wisdom. I've been asking!
So I continue to ask for complete healing so my eyesight returns. By changing to a larger font, I can write once in awhile here. However, the light of the screen still hurts so I can't promise regular posts until further healing is manifested.
I am late for one book review and another is coming up very soon. We will do the best we can to get them posted. Thank you for your prayers. (Sorry for any typos.)
Image: When the azaleas were blooming. Lovely.