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Where Is My Eye Patch Now?

Wednesday, August 01, 2012

I probably shouldn't make this a public blog like this. But I learned to laugh at myself many years ago and can still do it. Since I recently had a cataract removed from my left eye, I am so aware how much we use our eyes. I like to read, I watch TV with DH, and working on the computer and all seem to cause eye strain. I am progressing well from surgery, but my eye felt strained this morning , so I put on my eye patch. It is made of plastic and metal. Instead of taping it on my eye, I just put my glasses on. emoticon

Later I needed to use the facility and then turned around to flush it and my eyepatch flushed with the other materials. I couldn't grab for it. Oh, dear! emoticon So down it went. DH tried to unclog the facility and it didn't work. I had already taken my Lasix, and it is the only facility in our house. Finally we called a plumber Friend, and all is working fine. But where emoticon where is my eye patch now emoticon emoticon emoticon
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    Your eye patch is downstream by now and I wouldn't recommend looking for it. emoticon

    1547 days ago
    Laughter is good medicine. Thanks for the dose.
    1547 days ago
  • GLORYB83
    emoticon This really got the tears rolling down my cheeks!
    Can picture what you're saying and glad you decided to blog about it!
    Can you get another eye patch?
    emoticon emoticon
    1547 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/2/2012 7:02:11 AM
    Hillarious !!
    Hugs Susie emoticon emoticon
    1548 days ago
  • AUKEBAY316
    You have a great sense of humor! emoticon
    1548 days ago
  • RYANB1982
    Funny! Thanks for making me smile, I often forget to see the humorous side of things, even the bad stuff. Thanks for showing me how! Have a great day!
    1548 days ago
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