Today I was on my way to the movies, and really noticed the beautiful green, lush grape vineyards. I was amazed just how beautiful they were against the blue sky.
I thought to myself how "grateful" I was to have my eyesight. It hit me hard....for some reason. I was just curious as to what others are grateful for each day.

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Glad for you!! And you're absolutely right about how quickly your basic needs for life can be taken away.

GRATEFUL....OH so GRATEFUL....I can SEE. My eye is completeley clear as of this evening!!

Your statement should/ would get all of us motivated to NEVER give up and in !!!!!!!

Nel, I had to learn the hard way I guess....I will NEVER take anything for granted. Love you xo

Thank you Bikette!!1 I think that we give each other HOPE :) xo

So grateful for you wonderful news, Robyn. I am thrilled for you. The news couldn't be better. Cat =^..^=

Judith, Thank You and all of your support and Blessings. xo

Cat, Thank You!! The support from you and so many others helped me get through this and so much more. I love you all xo

My eye is completely clear, healthy and Doctor said "Perfect". I am on Cloud 9 and to say the least....."Grateful" Thank You to ALL of you for the support and kindness through this ordeal. After 18 months of laser zaps, hemorrhages, clots, surgery and blindness I WON the battle. :)Love to you all. xo

That's awesome!

Thank you Acidrock....Love it!!

and love to you too Robyn

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