If I were to go blind I would miss the following:
The faces of my family . . . . particularly Tyler and the kids (here I go tearing up again). I love expressions.
Reading. I know there's braille but seriously I'm not a patient person and to not be able to easily pick up a book and fly through the pages would be so frustrating.
Hobbies. Yep, I think I'd lose most of my hobbies if I couldn't see. Scrapbooking, sewing, even coloring with the kids, photography and playing the piano (I'm a music reader and without the music in front of me I can't play much) would all be practically impossible for me without vision.
Independence. How does one mother without sight? I know it can be done . . . just don't know if I could do it.
Rather than continue down this depressing train of thought I'll just put this out there. Today (wow, it's Thursday now), I will not take for granted my sight. I'll be thankful that I can see the "Yes Stepmother" look on Ksenya's face or Kabe as he screams at Ayvri or the puddle my dog left on the floor. I'll be thankful that I can see the music on the page, the words in my book, the dishes in the sink and the laundry on my floor.
Now, back to bed.