Adapting

I have learned that macular degeneration is not what I wanted and there are concerns about the future. But I often handle bad news by "comparison". We had a family member who died of leukemia at age 5 which is a greater loss than my vision at age 68.

I could name numerous similar stories but to make this short, when I think I have problems, just go to a hospital or similar place and see how well I really have it. I have been blessed.

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