Progress on two fronts

Monday Louisa was finally given the go ahead to resume normal activities. Not wanting to make this a medical journal; we didn’t cover the numerous laser surgeries required to repair additional retinal tears. But no reoccurrences in several weeks, so back to bike riding and skiing. The continued tearing for a couple of months is common once a tear has occurred.
The other progress is in Guinea. After months of strikes and at least one hundred dead the president has appointed a prime minister from a short list provided by the strikers. We hope this means the start to some prosperity and freedom for the long suffering citizens of Guinea.

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