Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Eye Ball this


There has been a diVision in our house since Bob's stroke. His vision had blurred in his right eye. For 4 months Bob has made quite the spectacle of himself when I mentioned the words Eye Exam.

Eye prevailed, and dragged him by the hair of his chinny chin chin to the optometrist visit. Apologies if my puns get cornea and cornea...  You all know bad puns are how eye roll....


 Bad News - he has very little sight in the right eye. Good news, he will have 20/20 in the left eye, if he follows the Bad news of removing the cataract.  He thinks it is all Bad News..

Good news is the faxed referral that we thought would take a month, generated a call the NEXT day and an appointment with the surgeon for evaluation on Nov. 1st.


My Good News was the fact the below article was sitting on the desk in front of Me and My Cell Phone.... PLUS I found some cool effects in Lunapic
One Photo, One Post from MADsnapper
Original Cell Pic 

17 comments:

Mildred said...

So sorry to hear of Bob's diminished vision in his right eye but thankful he has an appt. to correct the vision in his left. Praying that all goes well.

Ann said...

Sorry to hear about Bob's eye problems but I'm glad you got him to the doctor. I like the eyeball tree and your edits of the original picture are a visual delight

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, I am glad you dragged Bob off to the eye doctor. It is not good to play around with your vision. Sorry about Bob's exam results. I hope he has the cataract removed soon. The eyeball tree is cool. Prayers for Bob!

Jo said...

Oh I pray Bob goes for the cataract op and has perfect vision in both eyes. That eyeball tree is creepy. I played with Lunapic for my post today (I was influenced by Mad Snapper) Have a great day. Jo

Blogoratti said...

Hopefully Bob steps up to get things right with his eye, best wishes to you and yours.

Linda said...

Good news all around since it can be fixed! Poor Bob! He doesn’t stand a chance to suffer long with you so determined to make sure he doesn’t! You take such good care of him! I do the same thing with Louis Dean. He goes for his final appointment with the dentist today. There was a time when he would have flatly refused to have that dental work done.
I will remember to pray for Bob on November First.....and you, too!

Mama and da DB Boyz said...

What great eye-art today MS! So sorry about Bob's eye, and glad you talked him into heading to the doctor and getting the process started to make his good eye even better!

Chatty Crone said...

I am sorry about the loss of site in the one eye - I know two people that has happened to. BOB - get in there and do the cataract surgery - vision is so important!

Madi and Mom said...

These photos take bloodshot to another entire level.
Good luck to Bob!!and you 'cause I know an incapacitate Bob makes for a needy man and thus makes your daily routine not so routine
Love the puns
Hugs HiC

Lois said...

I always enjoy your puns and these photos are wonderful! I'm so sorry to hear about Bob's vision problems. I was at the eye doctor on Friday and thankfully no change since two years ago. I hope everything goes well with his surgery.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Wait...the below article? I don't see any article below your post. Poor Bob! He must feel so bad. But it LOOKS like he is now ready for the cataract surgery. That is a good thing. Did he not know the other eye was this bad? Wow, the eyeball tree in the office is very cool! Lots of eyeballs here now, even gummy eyeballs. The girls will get an EYEFULL.

photowannabe said...

Why are men so stubborn sometimes?
Get the cateract surgery asap..
Good vision makes life so much better.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Sandra, you have a way of making a serious situation into an amusing post, not that Bob's vision issues are anything to laugh at. So glad you convinced/dragged him to the optometrist and also that the surgeon responded so fast. Hopefully you won't have to drag Bob to that appointment.

Mevely317 said...

What a great idea, those spooky eyeballs in a doctor's office!
Like the others have said, I'm so glad you put your foot down and took Bob for an evaluation! Sounds like Lady Luck is smiling your direction ... at last!
I hope Bob will be much happier after the fact ... better to see you with. (*smile*)

Patti said...

Could you hear the eye rolls? Praying all goes well for Bob and the cataract surgery. Didn't you have yours done awhile back?

Gayle said...

I've lived with a 'one eyed (well not Jack)' for 44 years yet he spies more things while driving than anybody I know (read between the lines).
Glad Bob's is treatable.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

The eyes have it!
Sorry about Bob's eye but I'm glad that you have an appointment. I just gave in the progressive lens glasses. I have never worn glasses in my life except for the reading glasses I've been using. I don't think I would like contacts at this point and time. So far there is no signs of cataracts yet but Mark has one starting. Good luck with the appointment.