Monday, June 2, 2014

This blog is moving to Facebook.

Please visit and like my new facebook page Georgia Home Garden.

To all my blog readers:

I will no longer update this blog.  I have decided to create a page on Facebook.  I will leave this blog up, and I may reference information on it via my new Facebook page.  I have thoroughly enjoyed garden blogging , but it was taking too much time and I wasn't posting very much anymore.

My new facebook page is Georgia Home Garden, just like my blog. Please like and share with others who may be interested.  I hope to post information more often.


Sunday, June 1, 2014

Garden Update - June 1, 2014

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It has been a long time since I have blogged.  My life has been pretty chaotic the last year and things are starting to settle down now.  

I have been posting most of my garden updates and news via Facebook.  I have found like most that it is so much easier to post things directly from my iphone.  

Well I found the blogger app for my phone and maybe I can post more often now.  

Banana peppers

Coca cola cooler planter with peppers

Tomato bed


Squash and zucchini bed

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Emory Eye Center and Retinal Detachment Information

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I wanted to post some information about my condition. My surgery and treatment has been through the Emory Eye Center and tonight I was checking out their website.

I have become quite an expert of the eye, and I will admit I am a geek when it comes to information. However, I still want to share this information because it might help save someones vision in the future.

I can't say enough about the level of care that the Emory Eye Center has given me.  I am thankful and fortunate that I only live a few hours from it.

This link shows how retinal tears form, which can lead to detachment as in my case.
This link is a computer animation of what I experienced, retinal detachment.

Emory Eye Center Website for Retina Surgery and Diseases

Video on the history of Vitreoretinal surgey

My Surgeon