My Eyes, Corrected

Over a year ago, I posted this photo about my eyes:
Weekly Gratitude - Eyes

Yesterday, I finally took the plunge, went under a laser and had my vision corrected.

Less than 24 hours since the "procedure" (my hubby won't let me say the word "surgery") and I am completely amazed by the result.

How bad was my eyesight? My last corrective lens prescription was -8.0 diopters in the left eye and -8.5 in the right eye. Can you say "blind as a bat"? Legally blind, it concerned me that if I were ever in a situation where I lost my glasses / contacts, I would be completely debilitated. To me, this was the deciding factor.

Will I miss the blur? I mimicked my uncorrected eyesight in this photo, looking outside at a tree and the cul de sac from inside the house:
My Previous View

So far I haven't. I can see rather clearly and each hour, the haze that was present after the procedure continues to fade.

I had to take a picture to remember this event - a not so flattering but real picture of me this morning, before I was allowed to remove the "ski goggles" required post procedure.

Post Eye Correction

On this Thanksgiving Eve, I am thankful for my eyes and the technology that restored my vision.

Lisa  – (November 30, 2011 at 8:58 PM)  

I have an eye disease that there is no cure for and some day I will be blind I guess.
Glad it worked.
Hugs xoxoxo

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