The Unimaginable

“Determination, energy, and courage appear spontaneously when we care deeply about something. We take risks that are unimaginable in any other context.” ~ Margaret J. Wheatley

Last week Saturday, I went to the Retina Group of Washington (RGW) for my 6-month follow up with my eye doctor. And I got some amazing news!. I am 20/20 in my left eye. Of course this was great news to receive after having a sleepless night the day before the appointment. Plus my eyes has not been in the greatest state. I was in amazement and so was my doctor.

I had started off as a rare case to being with and this appointment concluded that theory. It is exciting to know that I am a topic of conversation ad research when many of these eye professionals meet up at various conferences. I now have a story to share with the world and my future children. I can genuinely say that this journey of my loss of vision is a blessing in disguise. There is so much positive energy that comes out of it versus negative energy.

From the very beginning of this journey, I did run into many negative condensations. And many of those negative beliefs were centralized towards, “You are lying or this can’t be true.” Never was there a point when it could be said, “What can be done to be able to live with it and accommodate what is around you?”. I received these responses from a few but, not many. And in my book, one is better than none. That one was good enough for me. I couldn’t ask for more.

Now I have another 6 more months before I take my trip to Bethesda to hear what National Institute of Health (NIH) has to say or comes up with. Hopefully by then, my doctors may find a solution to what it is I may have or what caused it. As for now, I just have to wait and see what else this journey has in store for me. And I am enjoying the ride of where this journey is taking me.

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