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—like being able to see. *grin*

An exciting day . . . well, maybe not, but the entire family has now had our trip to the optometrist and the bulk purchasing of glasses has happened again. Both Joni and I work on computers at work and then in the evening, I spend more time on the computer working on stories and stuff and Joni continues working on getting her jewelry-making business going.

So, we’ve probably been stressing our eyes a tad more than we should have. Both of us are still good at distance, but reading glasses with anti-glare lenses were the order of the day. I’m getting my first “progressives”. They’ll be still for reading but set at two different lengths – one approximately where I hold a book and the other the distance my computer at work is from me. The laptop will probably be read through the “reading” section.

I am and am not looking forward to this. The fact I’m still roughly 20/20 in my right eye and 20/25 in my left is encouraging though. I’m still using my current reading glasses from 2008, but I’m going to be very curious how things look with the new specs once they arrive.

Did some convention related stuff today too. Picked up a portable battery for my mini-projector. Having my projector has been a life-saver at a few conventions already, but if I can have my own power source available in case there’s an issue with running an extension cord to me is a nice option to have.

Also, I’ve booked my room for 2016’s Mysticon. I’ve never booked a room 10 months out from a convention before, but after the issues I had in 2015 trying to get hotel accommodations, I’m not taking any chances.


Originally published at Richard C. White. Please leave any comments there.

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