Only One More Sunday

May 18, 2008 at 11:49 pm 1 comment

  • Only one more Sunday that I will need to decide whether I can wear my contacts all day Sunday or not, and ponder putting them in so early before practice. 
  • Only one more Sunday that I take my contacts out when I get home from church to rest my eyes from a sinus or allergy headache. 
  • Only one more Sunday that I have decide between sunglasses or glasses for my afternoon nap in the sun (on the rare, but cherished occasion that I get one outside). 
  • Only one more Sunday that I wash my hair and forget where I sat my glasses down
  • Only one more Sunday I have to call one of the kids to come find my glasses for me. 
  • NO MORE SUNDAYS for a relaxed night with a sweater, jeans, and glasses in the winter!  Ya-hoo!  (I might miss my glasses on those nights…good for hiding behind!) 
  • Only one more Sunday that I have to pack gear to take out contacts for long days or trips!  Oh, praise God. 

I’m getting excited about my Lasik surgery in T=TEN DAYS (Thursday, the 29th)!  I hope all goes well!


Entry filed under: Lasik Eye Surgery.

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  • 1. Misty  |  May 19, 2008 at 8:49 am

    I’m excited for you too! When’s the big day?? If it goes well for you, as it has for some others I know, I think I’ll consider doing it too, after nursing and hormonal imbalances are over.

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