Life changes our plans

Several weeks ago Steve had a sudden onset of double vision, which took him to the Emergency Department for clarification of what is going on.  Double vision can occur for so many reasons, but for him the doctor believes it was related to his Diabetes.  The result has been a challenging several weeks, patching one eye to function, visits to the eye doctor, and being chauffeured around because driving is off limits.  We have been working around much of the symptoms, but the truth is some things are very challenging for him right now.

Our best layed plans of being at 78th street studios tonight have been reexamined and because his eye sight is just challenging we have decided to forgo the event.  But God willing, we will be back there for the 3rd Friday of December in Alan Kravlik and Jeff Dube’s studio space on the second floor.

Its hard to say no to planned events, but the balance is health…. when it comes to health you just cannot replace good decisions.

Hopefully this will resolve itself within a month.  Meanwhile we are trying to keep up the pace of production of our products, and keeping up with the demand…. Thankfully

 



2 thoughts on “Life changes our plans”

  • Hi Barb

    I just now read your post about Steve’s eyesight. From Nov 1st until the Wed before Thanksgiving I have been working 12-16 days everyday to fill orders. I’m way behind on emails and fb. We have been in TN with our daughter for the holiday for a much needed rest. I still look like someone beat me up. Has the double vision resolved? Did they do any scans? If you posted about it, I haven’t gotten to it yet.

    Debbie

    • Glad you got away to Tennessee. I Steves eyes have resolved a bit with the help of a prism on his left lens. Scans were done to rule out anything neurological. Thankfully there was nothing neurological. Dr. indicates it was a stunned optical nerve or at least the nerve control in the muscle movement of his eyes.they believe it’s related to his diabetes. The hope is each day gets a little better. He’s driving now. And much more able to function. Thanks for asking. Hope you enjoy the rest of the Thanksgiving weekend and I hope your holidays are not too crazy busy but busy is good right.

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