Thank you Jethro for typing the list of medications and your remarks regarding God’s prescence in our lives. Like you, typing was part of my career work, first as an executive secretary then as a District
Foreign Language Coordinator. Your long well-typed message has encouraged me to try to type the correct way, instead of two fingers. I also have sensory nerve damage. Thank you for showing me there is hope, and not to give up trying to get back that skill.
I enjoy typing. In fact, I took typing two years in high school and typing has been associated with my career employment prior to retirement. I have sensory nerve damage in my fingers and can’t feel nearly as well as I could before GBS/CIDP, but I can still type well, which is a blessing.
When the glare of adversity is blinding, we have to watch for the evidence of God’s presence and grace in less obvious ways. Regardless of our afflictions – we need to recognize our blessings one by one.