The Eye Doesn’t Have It …

I’m on sabbatical for a while, very little new writing or photography possible for the time being, due to a serious vitreous hemorrhage a few weeks ago. I may retrieve the odd old post or picture just for kicks once in a while, but until the inside of my eye stops looking like the clouds in the picture here, I’m pretty much into a contemplative mode.

Happy spring to all!

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  1. Victoria says:

    Best Wishes for healing…and contemplation that brings you comfort and good material for future blog posts!

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  2. You’re most welcome, Cynthia.

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  3. That makes two of us Kaye. It’s a slow process indeed. I have decided to think of the mess in my eye as a bruise-like entity, and I recover slowly from bruises, so that image helps me to be more patient with the pace of things.

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  4. Lucile, thank you.

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  5. Thank you, gensdarmes. It IS rather serious, and since I’m not good at relaxing (!), I’m learning all sorts of lessons here.

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  6. Thank you, Diana. I know that you know what this is like from your own experience several years ago.

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  7. dianabuja says:

    Slowing down in the midst of great excitement/visions – very difficult, but now you must do just that – take care and we anticipate a happy and healthy return :-)

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  8. gensdarmes says:

    Please do what you must to get better soon. It sounds rather serious, more especially for a photographer and writer. As a writer myself, I fear most the loss or problems with my eyesight. Not the best as it is, but that’s life. Hope you are well soon.

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  9. I’m sorry to hear that. Wish you all the best and a speedy recovery.

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  10. Kaye says:

    Hope this clears up soon!

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  11. Thank you, Nancy, Merril, Susana, Kitty, Janet – I appreciate the good thoughts. Apparently there’s a drug in testing stage somewhere that helps clear vitreous of bleeding like this, but it will be a while before it’s available to the masses. Until then, Mother Nature needs to kick in a little faster, IMO.

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  12. good luck to you, Cynthia–eyes are not something to mess around with and we need your visionary views.

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  13. merrildsmith says:

    I hope your condition improves soon, Cindy. Wishing you all best.

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  14. Susana says:

    Best wishes of a prompt recovery.

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  15. Kitty Morse says:

    Get better soon. We need your posts.

    Kitty Morse

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  16. rjbertel says:

    Praying for a full and speedy recovery. Love, Ron & Janet

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