To all of my valued and much-appreciated followers:
I haven't been on HubPages since June of this year due to having retina attachment surgery in both eyes and was not able to see how to write hubs.
Although this sounds self-absorbing, it is not.
I just wanted my followers to know that I miss them a lot and look forward to the day in the near future when I can return to HubPages.
After my retina surgery on just one eye I had some limitations for quite some time. Mine was due to having cataract surgery some years back with lens implants, them out of the clear blue, the left retina decided to detach. They put it back with a laser. My concern is that when this happens to one eye, they say it more than likely will happen to the other...... I hope they are wrong!
Glad to hear from you! You're not self-absorbed. Anybody who says differently will feel the wrath of Wonder Woman's Yellow Lasso! Your health is important to us so you just go ahead and finish your recovery! Looking forward to seeing you again, dear friend!
Good luck from the HP Team! We wish you a speedy recovery.
Absolutely not self-absorbed. I've had many eye issues over the last several years along with many surgeries and procedures. (Cataracts, Cystoid Macular Edema, Glaucoma) Eye surgery is a big deal with a rather long recovery time. Welcome back. I'm glad you can read again.
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