My New Eyes

by Judy Bierman

There was a time, now nearly a year ago, that life was mine to orchestrate and enjoy. It seems even now, that the swift and abrupt change threw me into another world; one where darkness and fear did abide. Suddenly I became a puppet, led about, by hands that were not my own. Fear bred bear in this strange new world. It was a place I hated, and one that even now can only be modified... never will my world ever be the same! Fear will always stalk me, but faith, I've learned, can overcome, for each day still holds miracles that even leukemia cannot ignore.


Judy Bierman, one of the original babyboomers (born in 1946), lives in Wisconsin.


Joe said...

Great strength and conviction in your words, the words of a survivor and an excellent writer!

Anonymous said...

Jeanette Cheezum

This is brave of you to write this. Someday there will be a cure on the horizon. Since I work in the business, I know it's just a matter of time. Good 6.