One forgets just what a miracle life really is until you see a baby that is just minutes old. Their skin is so soft and translucent like velvet.They are so beautiful. So this new little cousin is now part of our universe. I spent the day with his older brothers, and even though I was not home sewing I still had work come in that needs to be done tomorrow. So on top of everything else it will be a busy day.
Hub's said it is supposed to be nice today so maybe if I get busy right away this morning I can get a few hours in the yard.
Yesterday I had an eye doctor appointment at 1 in the afternoon. The baby was supposed to be induced Thursday but they moved it up so I had Hub's come by the house to sit with the 3 year old while I ran over to the eye doctor. Well the secondary cataract on my right eye was so bad the doctor insisted that I go right into surgery. I guess with my Sjogren's syndrome he did not want the eye getting any tighter or drier. So I called hub's and said I was going to be lazered. It was really quite painless, just like little stabbing pricks that went away immediately. Usually you have two or three zaps but I had about 12, the doctor said the cataract was alot thicker than it appeared. My eyes always have something weird. Anyway now I am seeing these little black spiders that look like flies I am trying to bat away. I guess this will last about 24 hours. I am anxious to see how much clearer my vision is after the dilation is completely gone. In the mean time stay out of my way as I am slapping the air in attempts to bat away the bugs that are flying around my head.
I hope it is warm and sunny today I could really use some worm and sunny. BAT, Slap...
Have a great and productive day!