karaokegal (karaokegal) wrote,
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I just had an eye exam.

I am now officially one of those people who needs reading glasses. (As in a prescription that's different from my regular distance glasses.) This would also apply to time spent on the computer. The nice lady eye doctor said this is a normal part of the aging process, but I'm pretty sure the fact that I've spent the last 3 years pretty much glued to a lap-top for LJ purposes didn't help either.

Let's figure out how someone who can screw up birth control pills, and is at any given moment in a tizzy over keys, ATM, fast pass, gym card and glasses as it is, is going to contend with one pair for reading, computer etc and a different pair for movies, tv and just being outside.

This is not good. On the other hand, presumably being able to see the computer at work a bit more clearly MIGHT knock down the number of snafus that occur on it.
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