Some of you know about this already, so for you, feel free to skip over it if you wish.
On August 27, I underwent surgery for the removal of the cataract on my right eye. All has gone well with it, and I continued ahead with the same procedure on the left eye on September 10. For those of you who have had this experience, you know that it often brings about changes in your vision. Such has been the case for me.
After several years of wearing bifocals, I find that they are no longer needed! That has been a pleasure to discover. In fact, my close-up vision also seems to have improved. So - The Husband looked around through his supply of reading glasses (which he actually doesn't even need) and came up with some for me to use.
Well, they were not exactly suitable, so last Friday, when I went to Lake Junaluska, I headed to the gift shop. Look what I found!
Aren't they wild?!?:-) They are really "not me," but they are serving me very nicely until everything stabilizes with both my eyes in a few weeks.
I have gone from the days of eight different drops in both my eyes down to only two drops now - one per eye! There were week-long restrictions for each eye - no water in the eye, no makeup, eye patch at night, no heavy lifting - and, as of Wednesday, those restrictions have been lifted. Progress is being made!
Now - if something could just be done about this sciatica.....:-)
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