Have also had an eye op since the last Blog. Four years ago the Optician said that I needed surgery to remove cataracts.At every annual visit for four years I stalled until I was struggling to check for any wins on ERNIE so decided to go ahead. At the assessment I told the surgeon that I was apprehensive-in fact downright scared and he said that I could go to sleep- ' er,no thank you, I might not wake up.' I was offered and settled for a valium fix . I was fortunate to be shunted to a private hospital even though I am a NHS patient . A wonderful place, dedicated, caring staff,a personal nurse, tea,coffee,biscuits on tap. I passed up on the fix and the op was over in the twinkling of an eye and I felt nothing at all. What a difference ! Everything is so clear and bright. Have had to stop looking in mirrors though . Couldn't stand the shock.
Sadly the local wool shop is closing down. There was a sale on so I bought some commercial wool. It seemed to be in lovely muted shades , reminiscent of heather clad moors in the mist. Now after the op. its turned into a rather violent purple and brilliant green wool cacophony - there is such a thing-see below !
Happy Easter to all !