If you don't like reading personal ramblings then please stop reading now.
Last Thursday they had an eye screening at our school, which is just a routine thing normally. On that particular day my little grandie, Tertia-Lee, was complaining of toothache, so mom got an emergency appointment with a dentist which meant that she had to fetch Tersie early to take her. Little did we know that it was God's plan to get mom to school, because as she walked into the school, the head mistress called her and told her that the Optometrist wants to talk to her. Turns out that Ters has only 10 persent vision in her right eye. Mom got such a fright, she took her to 2 other people just to make sure. One of them discovered that she has a massive cataract in her right eye with one forming in the left. If they did not discover this now, she could have gone completely blind!
This is a result of mom having such very traumatic pregnancies (she gets violently ill for most of the 9 months) and the took little brother (18months) for a test too and he has the same thing, but thankfully at such an early stage that it can be medically controlled.
On the same day that all of this happened, my other DD's little one (also 18 months) was playing in her moms cake decorating room and pulled a slab of marble over on her little leg! Poor DD rushed her off to hospital, but apart from a really bad bruise, nothing seems to be broken, thank goodness.
So I do hope you will forgive me for not getting to many of you last week. I really hope to do better this time around. May you all have a fantastic week without any nasty surprises!
As far as my friend Cindy goes, she is almost half way with her weekly chemo and is doing exceptionally well. Little Tiani had her first chemo on Saturday and is starting to suck her bottle again. Thank you to all that have been praying for them.