Sunday, February 5, 2017

The Zap was a Snap


I sat in the corner by the lamp staring at the seats across from me, waiting for my right eye to be Zapped!
My phone jumped into my hand and Snapped! Three Times


I snapped the clock and the time, next to me. I am always early. My appt. was 12:35... Five were scheduled  at the same time and the paperwork lady said, today we are calling patients by first come first served. YOU will be called first.

The Zap was a Snap! and my vison is Clear. Once again I can watch TV without glasses. The Zap took less than 60 seconds, I counted 6 loud clicks as he tapped with the laser and done. Think cleaning the lens with invisible Windex... also think Blinding Blue/Red/White sparkling lights.

To pass the time while I waited, I walked in front of this clock...

22 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

I like seeing where you were. And it sounds like the very best kind of procedure to have. I ADORE your gorgeous header. What a beautiful surprise to see. The red is just a bit dark, mysterious, and moody. So it really adds intrigue, without hitting you over the head. One of your very best. Maybe in my top five or ten of your headers.

Mildred said...

So very happy that this procedure went well. I know you are glad to have it behind you. Hope you have an enjoyable day.

Ann said...

That's my kind of doctors appointment, getting in first and everything going quick. If they schedule 5 for the same time I can't imagine the doctor spends much time with each patient.

Betty Manousos said...

good morning sandra - so happy to hear that all went well and you can see clearly!!

hope you have a great sunday~ enjoy your day!

diane b said...

Hee hee "passed the time"
Glad the treatment was a starry success.

From the Kitchen said...

I think your photos are clearer now too!!

Best,
Bonnie

Rose said...

So glad you can see again to watch TV without glasses.

G Dazeez said...

Tick tick goes the clock! I'm so glad it didn't hurt! And you can see better! Have a great Sunday!

https://carolann100-havealook.blogspot.ca/ said...

Your blessed to watch T.V without glasses. My hubby is the same as you and he also can do crossword puzzles not wearing glasses. He to be honest does not wear his glasses.

Not I.

My new glasses is my God sent. Expensive but what can I do. Better then being blind. I also have to have drops.

I suppose all my life.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Glad to read that all went well, Sandra. Being able to see clearly is indeed a wonderful thing, especially as you have to much to see and share with us, my blogger friend.

Madi and Mom said...

I'm always early for appt. too. Early bird catches the worm you know
To pass time you walked in front of the clock. You crack me up
Hugs Cecilia

Mevely317 said...

YAY, Sandra! That's swell that the staff chose She Who arrived first.
I'm impressed, how pretty the waiting room ... but, so empty???? Each time Tom goes for a procedure or check-up the waiting area is packed!

DawnTreader said...

Wow. I can't remember ever being able to watch TV without glasses... Well, I suppose I may have been for maybe 4 years, but back then there wasn't really much to watch! (I got my first pair of glasses when I was 9 or 10, and we didn't have a TV until I was 5 or 6, and back then only one channel, and hardly any children's programmes...)

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I am so happy that your eye surgeries went well and were a success. I agree, your header is pretty. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Hip,hip Hooray! So glad it went so easy and that you were first in line.

SweetMarie said...

so glad all is well! if I didn't tell you yesterday, your header is gorgeous!! I LOVE it! It's a BIG WOW!!!
that clock is pretty, all sparkly. :)

Is Bob watching super bowl?

Cranberry Morning said...

You walked in front of the clock. Very funny, Sandra. (or as Fred would have said, 'Very droll, Wilma, very droll.') LOL Anyway, that is just INCREDIBLE that they can do that to you eyes! I wonder how long before they'll be able to have us drink something like Scrubbing Bubbles that will clean the plaques from the neurons in our brains. Very soon, I hope!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Glad that worked out well. Hope that it gets better from here on.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Oh my! And that's all I'll say about that ^. Happy to hear that your zap went zipping by and that you can see good once again!! Yay!!
PS. I love your pretty header!

Denise inVA said...

That is good news. Enjoyed the snaps.

Dory and the Mama said...

So glad everything went well!!

Felicia said...

glad the zap went well.