Blogs by Elizabeth Dunaj
Back In The Saddle Again!
8/7/2013 2:14:31 AM
Hello to all! I have had a very trying year indeed. Seems the nose spray my Doctor prescribed for an allergy caused a "steroid cataract". This cataract was fast growing and in no time my vision went from 20-20 to 20-80. In order for me to read anything online I had to zoom in at 200. Needless to say I was not doing much computer work or viewing at all for nearly one year.
Well that is all behind me! I just had my last eye opeeration and am happy to say that with both eyes I am back to seeing 20-20. I can actually sit back and relax as I use my computer.
So as I refresh my memory on my GRETA YANCEY SAGA books I will be completing book 4 in the Saga. I will also be completing MURDER BY MISTAKE...THE FIRST VACATION.
I have a lot of work ahead of me to complete these projects not to mention my Sunday School projects...as Director, I have a few teacher training classes to head up and some Deaconess work to catch up on. And yes I still work at the Senior Center...so yes...a lot of catch up work to do. But all in all I have to say my family I have not neglected, they have been fantastic through all this as have my friends. Thank you my dear and wonderful Family and Friends for your patience and above all a big thank you goes to my hubby Jim who never complained about the extra dust that I missed or the fact that I couldn't read anything including on the tv and he so lovingly read everything to me. He is truely one of a kind and I love him more now than I ever knew I could! His patience with me goes beyond words and I thank God daily for my loving husband Jim! Thank you honey, you are a gem!!!
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Back In The Saddle Again! - Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Book Selling & Warning - Tuesday, July 31, 2012
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I'm back... - Sunday, March 04, 2007
Coming along - Wednesday, September 27, 2006
Time to Reflect - Friday, August 11, 2006