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Chavah ("Little Raccoon") bat Sarah
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January 2017
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Chavah ("Little Raccoon") bat Sarah [userpic]

well, i had to think, and take some time.... the therapist seemed not at all believe that my vision is improving & wants me in glasses now, and i mean NOW.... she had me shaken up a little...

but why the man who oputated on my brain, who is a neurologist with much awards, who told me i have to wait 3-6 months, why would he be in the wrong compared to a therapist?

sorry to say but my eyes *are* improving, because they have to... they would relax with the glasses... i don't think its time to wear them, sorry.

the sight in the left sides of my eyes was measured 20/70, only moderate low-vision...

i have to get used to it, every morning when i wake up... takes a while to get my bearings.... i *used* to think i improved so greatly throughout the day, so that i barely noticed it come sleepie time, but it just dawned on me, that its not changed at all.... how i first see this world is identical to how it looks as i shut my eyes, to go to sleep...

i just have to be grateful that i see at all, & get used to not using my eyes when i walk, etc.... use my mind.


What's adjusting, through out the day, is the way your brain handles the situation. It's adjusting and therefore by the end of the day you don't notice it.

I think, anyway.