This is my favorite song quote from the 1975 Diana Ross film Mahogany. It says a lot about my current situation.
As you can see I’m still using a walker. And as it turns out, I will soon be having surgery on my right knee; a total knee replacement. Hopefully my recent fall on my left knee will not require additional surgery.
Sorry that I missed my August posting, I’ve been very distracted due to my continuing health issues. I also have an update on my vision. I am now legally blind, but with my husband’s help I am able to continue to blog. The proton beam radiation treatment for my tumor has damaged my optic nerves, leaving partial degraded vision in the right side and no vision in the left. As you can guess, this has made photography challenging, but not impossible. I persevere! I have even heard of blind photographers. I will have to investigate their work.
Happy 4th of July everyone. I’m glad to still be with you. For my followers, due to my vision I will be limiting my posting here to about once a month. For more frequent posts visit me at Longs Peak Journal.
Two bandstands, both in Queen’s Park, Chesterfield – the same place I photographed the cricket field. At least I think they’re both bandstands – the second one is much larger and almost looks like a carousel with nothing to ride.
Perhaps in summer The sound of a band may sound Tiddly om pom pom
Over the bext twoo weeks I will be deciding the Fate of the Blog. I am now visually impair and may eventually go blind. Now, I could continue to blog, but WordPress IS NOT making it easy. So Should I continued the Drama? If you want me to try to continue this Blog vote a Like. Another option may be to use my BlogSpot Blog and see gowm that wotks.
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