I was going to do a blog post on my eye exam I had a few weeks ago, but I was waiting until it was all done to give you all one update. That is still the plan, but I had to share with you a conversation I had with the eye doctor today first.
Doctor: Where is your chart?
Me: I don't know. *smile*
Doctor: *looks for my chart* Hmm. Come back.
Me: *sits in chair*
Doctor: *fumbles around the desk looking for my chart*
Doctor: *gives up*
Doctor: *hands me that eye spoon looking thing* Cover your left eye please and read to me the lowest line you can see.
Me: AZPOT (or something like that)
Doctor: Okay. Cover your right eye and read the lowest line you can see.
Me: *covers* Nothing.
Me: I can't read anything.
Doctor: How old are you?
Doctor: If you're 27 why can't you read?
Me: Because I have a partially detached retina in that eye.
W.T.F? Does he realize there is no such thing as being left-eye-illiterate? If I couldn't read, I wouldn't have been able to do it with my right eye.