Sunday, February 13, 2011

Lost


this is a picture of me 60cm (2feet) from the computer screen
I am blind.
It's official (self diagnosis).
I need my glasses to get me through the day.
I've been without my glasses for two weeks now as I wait for them to be repaired. I broke the arm while trying to clean them.
In the last two weeks I have been managing with a distinct squint. (Is it noticeable?)
This post is decidedly snappy as my attention span is significantly decreased because of the energy required to edit text.
Now for the viewer survey:
Do you think the squint will leave me with any lasting facial creasing?

9 comments:

Naomi said...

I did not know you had a blog! awesome to know :)

sam said...

Is now not a good to time to tell you that you like your mother? The resemblance just hit me as I was squinting at you squinting - you could always tell me I look like my mother...

sam said...

Umm, I don't know why it is saying "sam said", this and previous comment were obviously Sujatha!

Dee said...

Thanks for visiting Naomi 'coz I love to visit you.
Yeah Sujath the resemblance has become uncanny since cutting my hair. So much that Poppy has told me that I look like mum. But it could be worse, I could look like my dad.

ingrid said...

It's ok, Kent taught me that you don't need glasses you just need to crook 1 finger and look through it with 1 eye closed and then you everything. Glasses are for people that want to be normal......

Anonymous said...

I taught Kent that!!!! I learnt that from my friend when I was about 14, neat trick. :))

Rita said...

Dee, you sure do look like your mum with that haircut. Two weeks seems like a long time to wait to have glasses fixed. You could have had a new pair made quicker than that. Hope you get them soon.

sharry said...

creases or not...your gorgeous.

ariana said...

ha! I don't know why they still ask me to read the line of letters I can see. I can't see any of them, not even the big E, they know it! Ian squints now too, just because I do. lots of love