It looks like my wife will come with me this Saturday, and I will
stop by to give "one-eye" Phil a ride, if he is up to it.
After almost 2 weeks of laying on one side to keep his ailing eye positioned
with its air bubble "just so" to aid the retinal detachment repair, Phil is anxious
to be able to get out and celebrate with us. They had to remove
the gel from the eye and inflate it with air, which should gradually
be replaced by new fluid. The best news is that the prognosis is good.
In the mean time, no slapping him on the back of the head, please.
Apparently Kat will be joining us, and I am really looking forward
to seeing her again. If people keep coming "out of the woodwork",
we might need extra tables.
Wednesday last week, my wife said that she wanted to give me
"something special" for Christmas, but I did not understand, at first,
what she had in mind. My imagination raced, but no, it was not that!
Not pregnant, and not a Death-by-Chocolate cake, what could it be?
After a fast and furious few heart-pounding few days and nights...
our new silver "Nicholas" vehicle arrived yesterday, so I now join
the "EVolution" that seems to have captured many "rEVolutionaries".
It is so powerful that one should drive it with great care, and I got
the least powerful, but most range, of the series.
So, it appears that we have taken a "huge step" for us, into the
next generation of the "giant step for humanoids".
Love to all, and looking forward to seeing you Saturday.