Cataract Surgery

Hey, a few weeks ago we began the process of having my cataracts removed. All the eyedrops were fatiguing. The surgery was easy as I was under sedation and didn’t know or feel anything. After completion my vision was about 20/40, not the 20/20 that was indicated prior to surgery. After an additional visit to my optometrist and getting glasses I can see the bumps on a pumpkin at two hundred yards. Fortunately my vision is good enough that I will not need to wear the glasses to get my new drivers license in a year two. Below is a photo of my new glasses. I did opt for bi-focal lens and so far I really like them.

Now we have a few more doctor appointments to get out-of-the-way and then we hope to hit the road in November and begin bringing you some more entertaining blog posts. It has been a long hot summer in Missouri and we will be very happy to get back on the road in Geraldine III.

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Traveling photographer of scenic, wildlife, birds, wild flowers and other things that interest me. I also have a Web site with many images taken in North America. .
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4 Responses to Cataract Surgery

  1. Anna says:

    Congratulations on having your cataracts gone and out of the way. 20/40 vision is acceptable for the driver’s license. Some states will even accept 20/50; New Jersey I think.

  2. Terri Brunner says:

    Good luck Larry! Can’t wait to hear your over the road stories!!
    Much love, Terri

  3. Sandy says:

    I glad it went well for you. Looking forward to those gorgeous photos from you

  4. says:

    Good for you, Larry. Where are you and Marilyn headed for in November, Arizona?

    We may stay home this winter in Arkansas.

    Bob and Cindy Haddock

    Sent from my iPad


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