They say the eyes are the window to the soul. If this is
true then it is difficult to see my soul any more. See the before below.
One of the things I inherited from my late mother are super
droopy eyelids. They have become so droopy that most of the time I look tired
even when I’m not and they inhibit my night vision somewhat. I have always hoped to be able to fix them.
Some time ago before my trip to Greece, I happened to come
across an article in Spiegel, a German news magazine that I read daily. It was
about a plastic surgeon who trained in Beverly Hills and London and came back
to Greece at the height of the recession to open a medical clinic. He was
highly praised and it was reported that prices had dropped forty percent for
cosmetic surgery in Greece.
After doing some research and finding prices both in Canada
and the US I contacted the clinic and booked an appointment. Just one look atp
Dr. Athanasios of the Athens Beverly Hills Medical Grou
that he would do his best for me. His price for the procedure is well within my
budget and tomorrow is the day. This is my 65th
from me to me.
I remember reading in some romance novel, when I was young
and still reading them, about looking into someone’s eyes and getting lost in
them. Well now I know what they meant, Dr. Athanasios has the most brilliant
blue eyes I have ever seen in all my 65 years and yes, I could get lost in
them. Good thing I love my husband.
I will post this as soon as I get working internet again and
will keep you updated on my progress. I expect this to go well…
Okay, so it's over. I couldn't post last night because of the obvious lack of internet but today is another day. I can see, my eyes are swollen, I have a ton of stitches and I'm happy. The private hospital treated me very well compared to Canada and the good doctor was just as charming and kind today as on previous visits.
I will post after pictures as soon as I'm healed enough...ciao