Monday, March 13, 2017

DID YOU SPRING AHEAD?

Quote for the week.
I hope you've recovered from the time change.
No post today. My eyes still insist on seeing two of everything, and it's very tiring covering one eye when I read or type or whatever which, lets me see only one image. Don't even ask me about driving, just get out of my way. They're putting a prism in one lens of my glasses. It's supposed to make everything normal. Normal? What's that?
 
Anyhow, be sure and stop by on Wednesday. We're having a party. Refreshments (cyber) and prizes.
 
See you then.

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  1. Sorry about the double vision.
    I remembered. Some people at our church didn't. Always funny seeing people show up with only fifteen minutes remaining.

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    1. That is funny, Alex. I think we may have had a few of those late arrivers too.

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  2. Good luck with your eyes, Beverly. I hope it is better soon. I remembered to change clocks. It is nice to have more daylight in the evening, but the change is hard to adjust to for a few days.

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    1. They'll be great, Karin. And a relief from seeing double decker cars. :) It does take a while to get used to the new time.

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  3. We must always remember that normal is relative in all things. Hope your procedure goes well and the double vision goes bye bye. As to daylight savings time. . . it's playing havoc with my morning.

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    1. Good point, Lee. It will. I have faith. I was drowsy all day Sunday. Will get used to the time change though.

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  4. Hopefully the eyes get all fixed up indeed at your feed. I remembered, but still hate dumb spring ahead.

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    1. The doctor seemed confident the prism would work, Pat. I believe h I'm.

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  5. Sorry, that would be so frustrating.

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    1. It's frustrating and weird, Diane. Seeing two vehicles on the road one on top of the other. Spooky. The prism should change me back to normal, whatever that is.

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  6. Hope your eyes heal soon. That would be freaky! We take our eyesight for granted, don't we? Rest up and heal!

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    1. Yes, we do, Stephanie. And it is freaky. Thanks. The new glasses should take care of the problem.

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  7. Moved my clocks forward. Nice having the extra daylight at the end of the day. Snowing like mad here today. Wishing you all the best with the prism. I hope it takes care of the double vision. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. I've seen the snow on TV, Jess. Be careful. I have confidence all will be well with the new glasses. Think positive.

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