Today, this post has been on my mind, primarily because it is one of my favorite life encounters with a wild bird.
The months I spent with this bird created some wonderful memories that I will cherish forever.
But also, today, I have a situation that gave me eyes like this bird. I can’t say any more about that at this point, or it will give the story away. I have related to him tho’, that’s for sure!!
So for now, I hope you take the time to read about this incredible bird, and also to see how the moral of the story can be applied to healing work and Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Can you relate to this bird???
Copyright © 2008-2017 Kathy Broady MSW and Discussing Dissociation
Poor kathy you poor eye 🙁 do you be ok now? Do you eye hert? We so wereed bot you. Caden did gona say put cold cloth on you eye an wash with watter. You betr now? Plese be cayrfulr.,!
Kathy Broady says
Yesterday, I spent most of 18 hrs with one of my eye’s under a cold compress, hoping to reduce swelling, cramping, and headaches, etc. It took some effort but I finally got those invisible teeny weeny hidden sandy gritty culprits out of my eye, and now my eyes are slowly getting back to normal. What a pain, lol. I sure do appreciate having two eyes. I had no sense of balance, couldn’t drive, couldn’t cook, couldn’t walk straight — ha ha. What a mess. But my “plight” was only temporary. How brave is this bird to go thru’ life with only one eye.
My hat is off to anyone who struggles with blindness. It would NOT be easy.
Thanks for reading,