YES, I will have to have a Vitrectomy in my right eye. No choice. The Retinal Specialist is a very nice man, I truly like him and trust his expertise. Surgery is being scheduled and I will go to my Primary Doctor very soon to have blood work and EKG prior. Laser Surgery in my left eye in two weeks as well.

I have educated myself on the Vitrectomy and I am fine with having it done. I would lose vision and possibly blindness in that eye if I do not have the surgery....SO, that is a no brainer :)

I am overwhelmed with gratitude......I would not have the strength I do now if it wasn't for ALL of YOU, my friends whom I just love and treasure, admire. Saying "Thank You" doesn't seem to be enough. All of you mean more to me than I could ever express.

I look forward to being able to see without this "Web" of blood that I have had for the last 13 months.

The Doctor told me that this isn't my fault......"You were dealt a hand, called "Diabetes".

Grateful for this Technology. and most of all my friends and loved ones. Thank You.

Robyn xo

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Many hugs and keeping you in thought sweet lady.... Hugs hugs hugs....linda

Prayers for your peace, protection,and restoration, Dear Robyn..I expect the great for you!!!

God Bless,
Brunetta

Brunetta, Thank You Sweetheart....I am okay. I am very comforted by all of the support and kindness. xo

Oh Linda...thank you sweety. Love you. xo

Best wishes, Robyn. We'll be thinking of you.

Leo2, Why thank you very much. How can it go wrong with all of this wonderful support. xo

Goodnight Sweet Friends...time for me to get some things ready and try to relax and maybe get some sleep. Thank You so very much for all the support and kind wishes. I appreciate and love you all. I will update Sweet Marie and she has offered to let you all know what is going on with me.

Love, Robyn

My prayers are with you.

Positive thoughts and prayers for you from Gabe and family.

As always ...thinking of you sweet friend !

Robyn {{{HUG}} my friend! All will go good.

Blessings and Love to you as always SweetGirl. XOXO :)

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