That’s not just a figure of speech. I can’t focus on things properly, and it’s been getting worse. I went back to my regular eye doctor… oh, two or three times after my regular checkup in November; I’ve lost track now. He made a minor adjustment to my prescription the second time but said everything seemed fine. A few weeks ago I got fed up with the whole not seeing straight thing and called the opthamologist (wow, Firefox thinks that’s wrong any which way I spell it) at the clinic where I see all my other doctors, and he checked me out. Said everything seemed fine.
It’s not fine. I can be working at my computer, everything hunky-dory, and then everything will go blurry the way it does when you let your eyes lose their focus. Except I didn’t do it on purpose. When I can focus, yes, everything looks good: nothing wrong with my prescription. Except then I’ll lose focus again, and sometimes it takes a while to get it back.
This is especially disconcerting when it happens as I’m driving down the highway.
So I talked to the family doctor today, and I get to have blood work done later this week. If nothing indicates a metabolic problem, I get to see the neurologist. Yay.
I’d really like to be able to see straight again. For one thing, this has made Novel in 90 somewhat trickier than it really needed to be.