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It's Raining, It's Pouring

I am not, however, snoring. Must run an errand into town; these are the final two days of the Baja Georgia hurricane supply related tax holiday. Add to that the fact that the first tropical storm of the season is addressing the good people in the Panhandle, and I expect there will be many shoppers out. *sigh*

I also want to get things done in the Studio 318.

And yesterday was so much fun at work. Well, parts of it were fun...

All followed by my appointment with the eye doctor. Indeed, singingnettle, it seems even here in Baja Georgia frames are providing less lens area, though not less expense. I need to pick up the new sets when I run errands. My computer work glasses are also being updated, that pair is a single-prescription not progressives. Makes life with a computer monitor ever so much more pleasant.

Meanwhile, I'm using my old pair of progressives to surf this morning. Am I addicted, or what?


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Jun. 11th, 2005 07:43 am (UTC)
I'm beginning to wonder if I should have gone with bifocals. In the last few years, I've had to remove my glasses for close work.

Harumph. Grey hairs. Wrinkles. Wonky vision. Looks like my body's finally growing up.

Jun. 11th, 2005 09:50 am (UTC)
Close work? I gave up on it.

My eye doctor refused to give me a prescription for contact lenses because I'll need glasses for reading within in the next year or so. He didn't seem to understand the diff between wearing glasses all the time and putting them on to read.

Yes, I have a new eye doctor.
Jun. 12th, 2005 05:49 am (UTC)
You've probably got a few years yet. *G*
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Jun. 12th, 2005 05:51 am (UTC)
Yeah, and we went to the place we did because it's listed as a provider on our insurance... still cost us some $$ out of pocket. Argh! And for frames that don't provide me with the coverage I prefer. They're close, but no cigar. I left the old one's alone. I'll use those when I go out to feed the ranch critters. That will help keep the new ones scratch free a bit longer.
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