Sunday, August 14, 2016

Why Does Everything Look Fuzzy?

I did something today that was a first for me and I've done many a weird thing.  After going grocery shopping and getting everything put up I went to go get changed and take my contacts out.  I put the contacts up and put my glasses on only to find that everything was blurry in my left eye, which is to say everything was blurry because I only use my left eye for vision.  I closed my left eye and my right eye wasn't blurry.  So I took my glasses off and nothing was blurry.  Thought there must be something on my glasses so I went and cleaned them, put them back on and everything was still fuzzy so I decided something was bothering my eye so I put drops in it, but still blurry.  Wondered if I'd picked Mac's glasses up by mistake, but no, they were mine.  I was getting worried, when I noticed that without my glasses I could still read things.  Well silly, guess what, you forgot to take the contact out so every time you put your glasses on it did indeed makes things fuzzy.  Shamefully I went to the bathroom and actually took my contact out, put my glasses on and lo and behold I could see.

14 comments:

  1. Well I am glad it was something that was easily solved!!! I think that I am going to need long and short distance glasses and was wondering about having contacts for one and glasses then to correct for the other, but now I think I might get too confused, I am unlikely to put two pairs of glasses on together! Glad you are OK!!

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  2. Ha ha, I can imagine your puzzled expression when you discovered you could see without your glasses. Glad it didn't take too long to figure it out.

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  3. I could never see without my glasses--never worn contacts. My glasses are the first thing I put on.

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  4. Ha! At least you didn't embarrass yourself by going to the eye doctor to see what was the matter. :-)

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  5. I am sure it wasn't funny at the time, but you did make me smile. At least you noticed that your contacts were still in before seeing a doctor!

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  6. I bet that was quite startling at the time but at least you can have a good laugh about it now.

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  7. You had me scared as I was reading this. Thank goodness you're ok! I think you can have a good laugh now! Hugs, Pat

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  8. Sounds like stuff that goes on in our house all the time! :) Glad your eye is okay. I sure hate I missed your last post because I am left-handed. I could have chimed in. Guess that will teach me to keep up.

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  9. Easily done but quite worrying until you realised what had happened. My glasses are the first thing I reach for in the morning, can't see a thing without them:)

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  10. Like Rosie my glasses sit on the table at the side of the bed - I can't see to cross the room without them. Can't imagine trying to get used to contact lenses.

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  11. You had me worried at first.
    But all's well that end's well.

    Take Care and enjoy your week

    All the best Jan

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