Hey Subs, refresh my memory . . .
I remember there were issues with your vision in the beginning, that once resolved helped a lot in your recovery. What were they? Just a prescription issue? Did they not have the right refraction? Were you helped with glasses or contacts?
I'm getting to the age (43) where the upclose reading is a bit blurry, which is very normal for someone my age, but I've noticed also some blips of visual difficulty when looking at certain things in motion. Actually I can watch things that move, i.e. car driving by, or my dog running around, etc. The difficulty comes in having a conversation with a person and trying to track on their head/face as they move around. It can give weird sensations, particularly if we are sitting somewhere where the background is also "busy." Just makes me a little foggy or woozy or something. Do you know what I'm talking about?? Just wondering if this is left-over fun or just normal visual stuff for my age. Maybe I should get myself to the Optometrist . . .
How go the windows? We dropped our big house plans -- too expensive.