Thursday, June 20, 2013


Good morning.

It is a beautiful day on the mountain. As I gaze out the window, it is such a delight to see things so clearly, and I give thanks.

The cataract surgery was quite successful, and everything looked good at the one week check up, so I am smiling, and hoping that the healing will continue as it should. My doctor wants the healing to go slowly, and so I find myself on a different regimen for the drops. It will take me at least 4 weeks longer than normal, but at least it isn't two months longer. I do not need glasses for distance, (so long bifocals), but I am using reading glasses for close up things. I can handle that, except I find that I am always looking for them. I put them around my neck this morning. Anyhow, I am very pleased with how well I can see, and am praying for a good healing experience.

I just want to thank folks for their good wishes. I really appreciate them.

The first day of summer comes tomorrow. I am looking forward to enjoying the sun and the warmth.
I will even enjoy the rain, now that my roof is fixed. I shall no longer be singing,

      "My roof's got a hole in it, and I might drown!"

Have a wonderful day, and enjoy the sunshine!
May it be shining as bright in your world
As it is in mine.


  1. So glad your second cataract surgery has gone well, Bonnie. It gives me a lot of encouragement for my own forthcoming procedure at the end of the summer. My surgeon is also one who wants the healing to be slow and steady and I've been given a long list of dos and don'ts.

    1. Take the dos and don'ts seriously, as it will help with the healing. I know things will go well for you. Blessings.

  2. So nice to see you feeling so positive and touched by summer. Enjoy the sun, the view, and the bathroom roof.

    1. It is looking like it is really fixed. I really am going to try to enjoy this summer.

  3. Wonderful news on the surgery, Bonnie. I'm wishing you a speedy recovery! <3

  4. With a new roof on, you really can enjoy the rain without fearing any leak. It's never easy to go back to your regular routine after a surgery. That new roof has enabled you to stay inside your house comfortably despite any weather condition, which is something to be thankful for.