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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Update on Bryan!


Bryan is having a freaky thing with his right eye!! He started having some blurred vision and now has a "dark" spot in his vision that won't go away. He went in for an eye exam and I guess they suspect a blocked blood vessel that is putting pressure on the retina or something. I guess potentially it can cause permanent sight damage or loss. SCARY! It isn't painful though, so that is good. He is still working overtime and going to school... He will have a specialist look at it tomorrow!!

By the way tomorrow is his Birthday- in case some of you forgot. You can call his phone, but he won't answer it at work or school, so just leave him a nice birthday message!!

2 comments:

Nancy said...

Please tell Bryan Happy Birthday from me!

I can't wait to hear how your auditions turn out. I wish you all the best!

Love ya! Nancy

Hanging out with the Riley's said...

Jamie Doll Face! ....remind you of anyone...lol. Anyways I hope Bryan will have a great birthday this Saturday when you celebrate it. Love you to pieces talk to you soon hopefully.

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