Tomorrow, tomorrow. I'm having my second cataract and lens transplant surgery and I'm so excited I could probably fly over to the surgery center by virtue of my own hot air. The first one was simply amazing and if the results in my right eye - the worst one - is as good, I'll be dancing all over the keyboard in no time.
Just having the left one done has already opened a whole new world, albeit a bit skewed because I can't see a damn thing with the right eye. It's kind of like being in a swimming pool with the head tilted, so that one eye is above the surface and everything looks brilliant while everything below the surface is just one big blur.
Reading or being on the computer requires squinting with the right eye or covering it altogether - a real pain in the arse - but which hopefully explains why nothing really earth shaking has been going on at Parsley's Pics lately.
Still, what a difference. For the four years I've been in this apartment I thought the oven was almond colored. I even thought the computer screen was a light beige but because of my cigarette smoke! To my total astonishment, I can see that they're white as snow. Actually, even snow has had a funny tint to it for the last few years and not the yellow kind either.
Don't give up on me, at least not yet. I have a few projects up my sleeves and can't wait to tackle them.