For those who prayed for my daughters eye surgery last week I would like to give you an update. The eye surgery she had last Thursday was to remove her dislocated lens in her eye. It was not like cataract surgery where they put a new lens in. They literally had to take out a part of her eye permanently. Basically causing her to be blind in the eye. But once the eye is healed she can then wear a contact to fix her vision. Well today five days post-op they checked to see how things were going. They asked her to look at the eye chart using lenses they had put in the the machine for her. I was so anxious to see what would happen. She first saw the big E and the next line down. Then said she couldn't see the third line, so he adjusted the lens in the machine and the she was able to read that line. Then the next line down, then the next line, then the next line. I started to count how many lines smaller she was going because before with her glasses she could only make it to line 3 or 4. I could start to hear excitement in her voice as she kept reading on to the 5th, then the 6th, then the 7th line. I think she stopped at about 8 or 9. I asked the doctor if that was better then with her glasses. And he said, "Oh yes!" I could have kissed him. When we were driving home I asked her how it was to see the smaller lines. She told me even the big E looked better it wasn't tipping to the side and wasn't fuzzy. I am so thankful this went so well. OMG my girl can finally see, really see. Thanks to all who were praying for her!
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