Well, I went to see the eye specialist on Tuesday. My appointment time was 1:10 P.M., I walked out of the office at 4:30 P.M. They did several tests on me, and then I saw the Doctor. His name is Dr. Jody Abrams, I really like him. He was very nice, and treated me with much respect. He is a neuro-opthomologist, the only specialist of this type here in Chattanooga. Usually, I would have to go to Emory, or Vanderbilt, to find a specialist like this. So, I totally praise God for this opportunity. The visit was filled with alot of information about my eyes, not good news. The Doctor said my vision is very, very bad. He also said there is alot more going on than just damage from my diabetes. It seems like I am on my way to a new journey. He said I have vision field defects, optical neuropathy, diabetic retinaopathy, and orbital defects. He is scheduling me for an MRI, and I go back to see him on October 5. He took pictures of my eyes on Tuesday, when I go back, he is going to do scans on my eyes, and alot of blood work. He will then be sending me for a spinal tap. He said I have nerve problems, and possible brain problems. He said it could possibly be MS, tumors, stroke. I need your prayers dear prayer warriors. I am thankful for my Lord, He has, and will continue to carry me. No matter where this journey takes me, I am not alone. I love the Lord, and I am so thankful that He loves me. Blessings and much love to all of you.