Tuesday, October 18, 2011

My Current View

In April, I could see out of my right eye better without my current glasses. Now... it's the same with and without glasses....  Sketching has become increasingly difficult and for the last month I've only sketched twice. Haven't bothered to add color.  My left eye is tired. I'm sooooooo looking forward to a better view!

24 comments:

  1. Hoping all goes well with your operation and you can see well again really soon.

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  2. Oh noooo PJ! This is terrible news and my heart is with you. What is the next step besides new glasses, surgery? I so really do hope this improves for you...

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  3. Thank you so, Cris and Maree! Surgery went well today. I'm a happy camper. Vision in right eye is bright, crisp and oh the color! Next month.... the left eye :)

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  4. I am sooo glad this went well today - wishing you a perfect and speedy recovery and the same for the next one - your vision will be so crisp you'll see the pocks on the full moon without using your glasses!

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  5. Oh Wonderful on the results. So happy to hear the news it went well. Lots more wonderful Art to look forward to. :)

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  6. Yeah, I bet you can see the purple in "purple mountain majesties" now huh? I didn't even have bad cataracts but wanted prescription lenses and was amazed at the clear non-yellowed color I saw after surgery. I bet you can't wait to get the other one done now. Back to drawing! Yay!

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  7. Pam, I am so glad to read all went well. Take care friend.

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  8. So glad the surgery went well! You have been in my prayers.

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  9. Oh, wow, Pam!! What a shock. I'm so glad to hear that your surgery went well and all is much, much better. That's wonderful!

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  10. Best wishes on your recovery! I love your art and look forward to seeing more of it.

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  11. Oh wow! SO glad to hear that PJ, my heart is filled with joy for you! Whoot whoot!

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  12. Ha, ha Rhonda! Thanks so!!

    Thanks again, Cris :)

    You are so right, Timaree! Thanks!

    Thank you, Toni! Will do :)

    Thank you, Kate. I've been affirming your floaters away :)

    Thank you, Leslie! It surely is :)

    Thank you, Claire! I can't wait to get some autumn wildflower details down on paper :)

    Thank you, Maree :) I can hear your happy whoots :)

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  13. Drat those cataracts, anyway. They are ruining my view, too.
    I'm glad the surgery was good for you.
    nellie

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  14. Thanks,Nellie! Yes, the little devils do gray things down, fuzz things out not to mention make for light sensitivity. If you want to travel to Charleston, SC, I can recommend a great surgeon!

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  15. Thinking of you, Pam, and glad to hear you're already seeing better!

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  16. Oh my goodness. What a difference. You poor thing. My mom had the same problem and had surgery about 10 years ago. It fixed everything thank goodness. Wishing you a speedy recovery...

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  17. Thank you, Laure!! It's a whole new world :)

    Thanks, Kelly! Can't wait to get my left eye taken care of now :)

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  18. Oh, Pam! Best of luck with surgery and recovery. Now I see that I'm too late and you're already recovering. So... glad it went well and that you are beholding a whole new world!

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  19. Glad you are seeing better...now let your pencil and brushes sing again!

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  20. Thank you, Suzanne!! The colors are filling me with joy :)

    Thank you, Debo! I'm champing at the bit to go out to sketch and paint... soon, very soon :)

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  21. Wow, what a difference a day can make. It must seem like magic. Good wishes for the other eye!

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  22. Holy cow - I've been catching up...what an adventure you've had. I was the last one in my family to get glasses, and each year the vision gets worse. Gotta love getting older. I hope you are doing better and better each day!

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  23. Both are done now, Elixabeth. Thanks for your thoughts! Autumn is a great time to get cataracts out. Wow, the colors are breathtaking! Eye candy everywhere :)

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