This fog is so thick I can hardly see my own cataracts

Published November 26, 2003

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I got a call from my eye doctor today… they have ordered my glasses and my contact lenses. I should have them in about two weeks. I’m looking forward to that, since I can barely see out of the contact lenses I am wearing now. Even typing on the computer is a real pain. My lenses get full of those deposits that the contact solution is supposed to get rid of. As my doctor put it, “they don’t work for crap.”

The nice thing about medical technology is that my glasses and contacts don’t cost as much as they used to. It’s not cheap, but it’s less than I had originally anticipated.

One day left…

I have one day of work left this week. I took Friday off and we have a legal holiday for Thanksgiving, so I get a nice long weekend to relax. Thursday won’t be very relaxing though… we’re having a bunch of people over for Thanksgiving… My dad’s sister, her husband, and daughters, my grandparents, my mom’s sister, and my parents are all coming to enjoy the day with us. I’m going to do my best to help Carissa out with the cooking… but I usually feel like I’m in the way, so my day will probably consist of playing with Ana and occasionally being called in to fetch something from a very high place. That’s alright though… I don’t mind.

As long as I don’t have to peel potatoes, it’s all good.

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