Well the eye surgeon didn't really have any answers, in fact she is referring Ralph for a second opinion to a consultant in Chester. She said during the operation she could not get his eye to move after she had undone what had been done in the first operation. She spent two hours trying to get it to move!! Stopped the operation and went to discuss it with two other eye surgeons. She reckons she has never come across this before and neither had the other surgeons. She has been a consultant for fifteen years or more....
We have to ring each morning to see if he can get the MRI scan sooner than 27th June. The surgeon said to make a nuisance of ourselves...
So we are trying to be upbeat, not easy, Ralph's mum is very upset and angry about the situation and it was sad to hear her on the phone yesterday, the mothers instinct to protect her young was very apparent in the 84 year old lady, I guess it goes to the grave with you. So we are praying to St Lucy as well as the Good Lord and hoping things will improve as nature takes it course. Thank you for reading and for being there.
One's eyes are what one is, one's mouth is what one becomes.
- I retired on March 11th 2014 after 26 years as a doctors receptionist. I am now looking forward to the freedom to enjoy my days doing anything I wish to. Spending time with family, catching up with friends. Playing in my Scrappy Shack, scrapbooking, cardmaking, art journalling, quilting, gardening, baking. Spending wonderful times with my beloved other half. I am so looking forward to this time in my life.