Jan. 27th, 2017

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I ended up lying down around 3:00 yesterday and not getting up until almost 7:00. I only slept a little because there was a lot going on in the house and because, shortly after I did fall asleep, Cordelia came in to tell me that I ought to get up.

All three of us watched Legends of Tomorrow. Then Scott and I watched the Green Lantern movie (we’d gotten if from the library). My main complaint about the Green Lantern movie was that the lead character kind of bored me. I would like a superhero who doesn’t start the story making me want to smack him with a dead fish.

My dental appointment yesterday was pretty quick. All we did was impressions of my teeth, upper and lower. I remember the process being more unpleasant, but I last had it done about twenty five years ago, so things have likely changed. [livejournal.com profile] evalerie gave me a ride there and back which was really nice. Seeing someone who isn’t Scott or Cordelia is a huge treat even without the bonus of transportation.

I woke today with a headache, migrainish. An Amerge and some caffeine helped. I’m pretty sure, though, that I’ll have to spend a chunk of the afternoon in bed. I hate to lose the time to that, but I’m not going to get much done with a headache. I just have to get through this eye exam and feed myself lunch.

Cordelia’s hosting movie night again, so the evening will be filled with shrieks and giggles. Scott’s parents are coming over tomorrow morning, so we’ll be up earlyish. Scott’s mother and sister want to do stuff with Cordelia for a considerable chunk of the day. I have no idea how Scott and I will keep his father entertained.
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I got to UHS for my eye appointment about half an hour early. The doctor was free, so she did her bit before the peripheral vision test and color perception test and all of that. Doing the peripheral vision test with my eyes dilated was even less fun than I expected, but they had me out of there about forty five minutes after I arrived. I have a prescription for reading glasses and a separate one for distance. The doctor said that it wouldn’t matter if I kept using my current glasses for distance given that there’s not much change and that I don’t use them more than a handful of times a year.

When I texted [livejournal.com profile] evalerie, she was only a few blocks away because her oldest had a half day today because they’re doing exams. So my timing was pretty much perfect. She picked my up, we drove to her house and dropped her son off, and then she brought me back home. I was in no hurry.

My eyes have almost returned to normal, so the next thing I’m going to do is to shower. I won’t be able to do it this evening while the house is full of Cordelia’s friends, and I’d rather sleep a little bit later tomorrow than get up and shower then.

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