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Re: Another OT


I tried contacts many years ago and never could get them in.  No, wait, I
did get one in and the dr had to use a tweezer to get it out and grumbled
about how 6 yr olds could do it, why couldn't I?  I'm near sighted, so I
really only need the glasses to drive or see a movie, so why bother?  Over
time there have been changes and I decided to try trifocals for
close-computer-distance viewing.  But the teensy amount of space on a lens
for each was annoying.  Similar with bifocals.  So I am now back to plain
old glasses for distance.  But distance now includes TV.  Some fine print is
getting harder to read so I keep a magnifier handy, but otherwise, for the
time being glasses are fine.

Kitty

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, November 23, 2003 8:10 AM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Another OT


> Bonnie,
>
> I am sure with all your allergies, you were also reacting to the
> preservative in the solution. The one main benefit of contacts is your
> eyes don't get worse as you can not look around or out of the corrected
> vision area.
>
> I switched to what they call progressive tri-focals. They are
> wonderful... no tilting your head to see something.... Although I still
> do find myself taking off my glasses to read really fine print, can see
> close great, just don't ask me to read a street sign without my glasses
> on :)
>
> Donna
>
> >
> > Maybe that is why I couldn't wear contact, Donna.  I tried many kinds
> in
> > the
> > 70's and early 80's and ended up so miserable from the tearing and the
> > itching, that I just gave up.  I've not had the desire to try contacts
> > since.  (Of course, one eye does have an implant from an early
> cataract
> > surgery.  I don't know that I could wear contacts over an implant,
> > anyway.)
> > And now that my eyes require tri-focals (read I'm feeling REALLY old)
> the
> > more I don't want to even think about trying something new in them.
> >
> > Blessings,
> > Bonnie (SW OH -zone 5)
>
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