The slow journey back

The slow journey back

Hi folks,

Yes, the stranger is slowly returning.

As I’ve mentioned before, I have been resting the eyes a fair bit and mostly focusing my creativity around music and singing. I’ve also been job hunting.


  1. So good to hear from you and I’m glad the progress is the right way, even if you’re apparently on foot and not on the bullet train of recovery. I read as far as “

    1. Yep, I know. It’s astonishing. This said, his surgery skills were marvellous and more than made up for his manner. Even the second opinion agreed that the surgery was well done. I guess a lot of brilliant people have personality limitations. But at least I am slowly returning 🙂 Good to see you again 🙂

    2. Theres a old saying medicine.
      Better for the talented sugeon to rudely tell you he saved your spinal cord.
      Than the hack who can with great empathy and elocution tell you that youl never walk again.
      Its very rare to be a genius across both sides of the corpus callosum

  2. Greg, you are a man of many talents. It must be wonderful to be able to express yourself through music, both as an instrumentalist and vocalist. How proud you must be too that your daughter also has a musical bent.
    Great to know too that you are now well on the way to recovery after all the frustrations with you sight and the time it is taking to reach your expectations.
    Good to have you back.

    1. Thanks so much 🙂 I suspect that everyone has these talents in them. Talents are like little shoots sprouting from the soil: water and nourish them and they will grow 🙂 It’s good to be back – even if only a little to begin with. I pushed my vision too much yesterday and ended up being completely blurred for an hour or so. Am currently using the computer for job hunting and stying up till midnight staring into a screen was a bad idea. I’m not sure that Rhiannon considers herself musical, but she was surprised/delighted when suddenly an E minor chord suddenly worked for her (after a few weeks of practice, mind you). As I said, I think everyone can learn these things with persistence. 🙂

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