My eight-year-old daughter is having surgery on Thursday at Akron Children's Hospital and I will take all the prayers I can get for her. She has an eye condition called nystagmus which causes her eye muscles to move constantly and her "world" to be in constant motion. Oddly enough, you can't tell by looking her that she has it, but she can't focus on anything and has been legally blind to this point. There is no cure, but the surgery is supposed to help and may even get her to the point of being able to drive when she is old enough. My husband and I have a lot of confidence in the surgeon and we're trying to stay positive, but I don't think any parent can send their child into surgery without worrying. I just can't wait until Thursday afternoon when I can go into recovery to see her and breathe again. As it is with so many kids, she's being more of a trooper than I am! Anyway, thanks in advance, y'all.