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Blurry

Eyesight is a wonderful thing. Mine changed for the worse all of a sudden and it was driving me crazy how blurry things were. Too much work on computer probably helped accelerate this. I tried changing the temperature of the color on my monitor to “warmer” which helped a little, and I turned down the brightness quite a bit. I guess I could change the resolution of the entire monitor but wasn’t quite ready to, although that would make everything bigger. When trying to read a book in bed, I found my arms weren't long enough, and my regular glasses didn't help, even though they have progressive lenses. It wasn't enough magnification.

I got a cheap pair of drugstore reading glasses, and it’s just miraculous to see small print again, and even my fingernails, so I can paint them. These glasses are not only helping me read books but on the computer too.

Instead of getting work done today I binged on music. Ran across a website called Barihunks, which is a blog about young handsome baritones in opera. The person who made it forgot to make it easy to search for particular ones.

Tomorrow I meet my sisters at the conservatory, which ought to be a good Sunday.

posted on Sept 7, 2019 7:30 PM ()

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I finally joined the bifocal brigade. They brought me in kicking and screaming, but it was necessary!!
comment by jerms on Sept 10, 2019 6:28 AM ()
Seeing the doc is probably the best first step.
comment by jjoohhnn on Sept 8, 2019 11:06 AM ()
A goal of mine is to actually have health insurance next year. We'll see.
reply by drmaus on Sept 8, 2019 8:14 PM ()
I have different strengths of cheap reading glasses - one for 'long distance' like using the computer, and cooking; and stronger for close work like sewing and reading in bed. I found sunglasses with a reading glass section in them so when driving now I can read maps and the odometer without having to switch to the readers.
comment by traveltales on Sept 8, 2019 9:51 AM ()
That's funny. For me too, driving and not being able to read mileage was what made the progressives necessary in the car.
reply by drmaus on Sept 8, 2019 8:12 PM ()
A sudden change in vision is a sign that something is wrong. Please see your eye doctor to be sure nothing serious is going on. I see my eye doctor twice a year and he checks me for glaucoma and macular degeneration. So far, so good.
comment by tealstar on Sept 8, 2019 8:28 AM ()
My eyes are improved after some much-needed sleep and a day off computer, and I know dry eyes contributed to this, so I'm not really worried. My much younger sister resorted to reading glasses several years ago. But if something more happens, yes, I will pay the money to see an eye doctor. It's been hard with no insurance and no money.
reply by drmaus on Sept 8, 2019 8:10 PM ()
I am with Martin. I have about 5 pairs of dollar tree glasses for reading. The good ones just aren't as good for reading and I love the funky round frames.
comment by elderjane on Sept 8, 2019 6:23 AM ()
More Dollar Tree glasses, hmm. I am not sure the ones here have them, but can check.
reply by drmaus on Sept 8, 2019 8:07 PM ()
Glad the eyes cleared up--I bought glasses the Dollar Tree and keep them all over the house!
comment by greatmartin on Sept 7, 2019 9:40 PM ()
I didn't think of looking there for specs!
reply by drmaus on Sept 8, 2019 8:06 PM ()

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