Skip to comments.Attacks on RFFM.org Director's Character From a So-called Conservative Nothing But Lies
Posted on 09/13/2008 10:31:38 AM PDT by Daniel T. Zanoza
On March 18th, 2006, one day after the fourth of what would be five operations on the only eye which gave me partial sight, a doctor removed the final bandage and I was totally blind. I could not see shadows. I could not see the doctor's head lamp. I was totally blind. In medical terms, I am considered functionally blind and the one certainty I was later to learn was that I would never see my wife's face again.
In the years prior to the complete loss of my sight, I imagined what it would be like to be completely left without sight. I think most human beings think about this happening to them some time in their life. Some say they couldn't live without eyesight and, frankly, some can't. Many people who lose their eyesight after the age of 50 commit suicide.
Thankfully, it was as though I was preparing myself for this day all of my life...
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