I love how hard you are trying to see the bright side of life. You are a strong person and I really admire that. If I had to choose, I would prefer my sight to my legs. When you lose your legs, you can still get mobile, if you lose your sight...well..
I told you in another post that my legs are pretty useless...but at least I can see...see my beautiful grandsons, see the pretty sunsets, I could see all of these things in a wheelchair. I am just trying to understand better. Of course, I dont have the problems you are experiencing, so maybe I should have kept it to myself. You are getting your feelings out by coming in here and sharing with us. I think that is just like someone grieving a loss in their life..you have to get those feelings out in order to heal.
Your positive outlook is inspring Linda, I have been having a rough 9 days, and you have humbled me with your post.
I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers, I think that maybe you were meant to run into that man. He taught you a valuable lesson. Bless his heart.
Keep writing, and know that you help so many by sharing your loss.
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