I had my every-four-weeks Eye Doctor appointment this AM [wet macular degeneration], and he said I had to have the injection of Lucentis into my right eyeball again. I had been able to skip it for the two previous visits, so I was sorta expecting this, but somehow, when he said, "It's leaking," [bleeding in the back of the eyeball] I was once again struck with how hard it would/will be to get along with really impaired eyesight. I kept trying to relax, but every time I thought of it my shoulders were all bunched up and tight again.
Between the dilation and the injection, I have to shut or cover my eyes for about four to five hours and try to sleep. Practice in impaired eyesight.
As things got less fuzzy this afternoon I decided to try sewing more green scraps together -- no fine points to match or need for exact seams! I put together some already started pieces and made a length of 72" or so to add to the strips I have been assembling for a donation quilt. Green is good. Growing things, etc.
Maybe after dinner I can go back to the Roll, Roll Cotton Boll blocks.
Charlie driving and sitting with me in the waiting rooms
My quilts for snuggling/resting
Able to enlarge print on computer screen