Friday, January 1, 2010

A New Year - 2010

Happy New Year to all.  Hope you had a wonderful, joyous holiday.

No explanation for my eye problem--just continued medication and a visit to the doctor scheduled for February.

I hope my friend, Pat, who fell in July and is now paralyzed, walks again.  She made the beautiful jewelry that she's wearing but does not have good use of her hands now.

Will I make resolutions?  No.

What do I want?


  1. What a beautiful picture of you guys and your friend! Those are lovely! Happy New Year to you too!

  2. Happy New Year to you too. I don't like situations without explanations. Have you ever thought of getting a second opinion? Your eyes are too precious to not know what is going on. Good to see you online again.

  3. Great pictures! I'm sorry your eye problem is still bothering you. I hope 2010 brings healing. Happy New Year!

  4. Happy new year Christella!

    Hope your eye gets better soon. :)

  5. Peace? Harmony? Love?

    Yep, that all works for me, too.

    I wish you and yours countless blessings in the new year.

  6. I am still concerned about your eyes. We have the Moran Eye Center here in Salt Lake. It is world famous. I know a man who had macular degeneration and it was reversed. He is in his 80's. Have they checked this out for you? You are always welcome to come and stay with me if you want to pursue another opinion.

  7. It is very important to visit your optometrist if there are problems encountered with your eyes(such as blurring, severe itchiness, redness,etc). At the beginning of using eye glasses due to not so good vision conditions at the young age, are found more prone to using glasses until they grow old if its not corrected at the young age. according to my father in law, Arizona optometrist are very particular about these cases of kids who are suffering from poor eye sight.