Firstly I want to thank everyone who emailed me with good wishes, and posted on the board. Secondly, KATIE, I’m not sure what is in store for me. I’ve never seen this doctor before. I need lid correction but may have to much scar tissue for it to work. I’m keeping my fingers crossed and hoping for the best. Also I had my outer lids sewn together 6 years ago and I want to get that undone. I’m not quite sure if the doctor will think this is a good idea or not. JAN, I know I’m trying to keep a positive attitude! Just that darn Graves’ anxiety won’t leave me alone Haven’t lived in Toronto in 15 years, been a small town girl for a long time ( to long! ) and the city seems pretty scarey to me right now! ( wish it were a pleasure trip! ) LYNN has been soooo sweet and I am hoping to meet with her during my stay. I will be there for 6 days. My worst fear is that the surgery won’t work,like the others, BUT,I will TRY to keep up a positive attitude Thanks for caring.
Shannon, you can’t even think that you will be alone. There are too many of us out here rooting and pulling for you. I know from what you have already endured that you can summon up the strength to deal with this. Every surgery is a step closer to normality. What hospital will be you in?
Why Shannon, you don’t really think you’re going to be alone, do you? We all will be there in spirit with ya, gal! Plus, Lynn and Mark plan on visiting and imagine we could get crazy to come, as well! How about that?!? We aim to please at NGDF! LOL! I wish you all the best for this surgery, Shannon, all kidding aside! Things just have to look up for you. I know it! How many days will you be in Toronto? It is such a great city! Simply love it there! Keep your chin up and a positive ATTITUDE!!! Ask Lynners about ATTITUDE! LOL!!