The Liberty Sphere has always had faithful readers, many of whom have become cherished friends. So, I thought it was only fair that I tell you where I've been and what I've been up to of late.
Surgery is in my short term future, but after seeing the specialist today we had to put that off for a bit due to inflammation. Most of you are aware of my chronic eye inflammation. It has reached the point that surgery will be necessary, but my eye doctor wants the inflammation to settle down before surgery. This means a combination of eye drops and oral medications that attack the inflammation. If this is not done, having surgery will cause the inflammation to go rampant, with disastrous results.
Needless to say I have had trouble seeing with the inflamed eye. Plus normal glare is painful. I have to sit in the house with sunglasses on to make it as dark as I can. And writing has been painful as well. The computer screen seems to make the pain worse.
I could use your prayers. And I could use your continued faithfulness in reading an article of mine at Examiner once per day. Any one of them will do, and I have written a ton of them since 2009. That way my pay doesn't go into the hole at a time I am going to need a truckload of money for these upcoming procedures.
Thanks for your continued friendship and for being faithful readers of The Liberty Sphere. I hope and pray that the Lord will see fit to allow me to continue to write for many years to come. I can tell you this, you never know just how precious the gift of sight really is until you realize you are in danger of losing it.
I will try to write a short piece or two here each day in the meantime. And as soon as I can stand the glare of the screen, I will get the Examiner articles back up and running. Forgive my typos both there and here. It cannot be helped at the moment.