Jules and me, we go together like pb & j. We’ve shared our triumphs, worries, and defeats over 25 years. Our husbands laugh and share stories about our sometimes obnoxious low blood sugar behaviors. I don’t know what I’d do without Jules in my life. She’s my touchstone. A sister of the highest order.
Today, Jules emailed to tell me she’d undergone laser treatment yesterday. A visiting once-a-month specialist from CA who collaborates with her regular eye doc came to do the surgery, and the news is GOOD! No pain, no more floaters, more oxygen restored to the eye, and little likelihood of vision loss . . . all due to the use of the most modern equipment and genius skills of a retinal specialist. A miracle conducted in the context of everyday living, so taken for granted.
Both Jules and I can breathe a little easier now. We can get out our calendars to schedule more SOUL-TIME together. That’s my euphanism for what’s good for all of us–no matter what challenges we face. I’m so grateful for the small miracles that surround us.
B well; b happy.
Until next time, kath