Monday, March 14, 2011

that child does not have ushers!

Friday with the favor of the ages I was able to get Dash into the best of the best! Monday appointment just two days wait. That in itself a miracle.



With the morning full of cookies and kids we were late for our appointment. I looked up at the clock at 3 that was the time we were set to be there. I gave the neighbor kid the bums rush and hit for the truck with the home phone in hand notifying them we were late and asking for favor. We were given few minutes of travel. We parked and with a limp we dashed up in the elevator and in the door within the time allowed us barley.

We were grateful and patient for our visit. Dash had dilation waited a half hour only to find the drops did not take. He had to be dropped again and another 30 minute wait. This master of pediatric special cases took one look at the test, looked into my boys eyes and just stated so matter a fact the wonderful news we are relieved to hear.

"this kid does not need glasses, and you can just forget about Ushers his retina's are just fine. This child does not have ushers!"

I told the lady at the desk when she bid us a good evening...I told her we will be dancing in joy tonight!

The urgent care doc let us down twice in it, the St Joe's clinic had us watching this boy now some 7 years. He is free of it. I once felt that way when his hearing was restored two years back. NOW we know. This is off of his head and our shoulders once and for all!

The most touching was when for the first time Dash asked what it was and I told him the whole of it. I told him of our concern over this all these years. I explained the relief. He reached to me at bed time to tell me thank you. The drops hurt he said but then he thanked me for taking him to the eye doctor today.

7 comments:

Susie said...

That's GREAT news!!!

Corey~living and loving said...

oh my word! JOYOUS news. I am grinning from ear to ear for you and your family. WOW!

Debra said...

Such wonderful, amazing news! So glad to hear it and I'm celebrating with you. :)

Reighnie said...

That is the best news! I am so happy for you guys :-)

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Good news!

I am contacting everyone in AZ as a reminder and an inquiry to see if they are attending the blogger's luncheon on March 26th.

Details are on the Monday (3-14) post of my blog.

If you are attending please leave a comment on that post.

Thank you and be blessed!

the Mrs. said...

Praise God! So happy -tears of joy for you!

Thank you for sharing the moment!


Alex

Amrita said...

Praise th e Lord . I am dancing with joy!

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