I’m going to my eye specialist on Friday morning for laser treatment to remove thin films that have formed over the lens implants he gave me in June and July. Actually, I should be praising God loudly for the fact that I got that book done despite the fact that the cataract surgeries changed my vision, and I’ve had to make do with cheap drugstore magnifying glasses. That makes it all something of a miracle.
Well, I’ve been told this laser treatment is painless and only takes a few minutes. Then my vision will be clearer and sharper, and I can make an appointment with my Optometrist for a new prescription for permanent glasses again. This time not to see things far away, but for closeup reading, computer, and mid-range distance. (The old prescription is nothing but blinders in front of my eyes now).
I don’t know how long before I can get on with Dr. Bishop, but then it should only be a week to 10 days before I have my new glasses. I’ve about had enough with wearing these magnifying glasses on the tip of my nose, so I can look through them or over them quickly.
Thank you too, for those who gave me good feedback on the centerpieces I made with stones, and those who reported a bad link on the photo story. See correction below.