Now with that being said, it did take until about Sunday for wearing glasses to feel "normal." Thursday was a little rough with the pupil dilation. I did not care for that one bit! It lasted quite a bit longer than the doctor told me to expect. My favorite part of the dilation were the sweet not so much glasses they gave me to drive with. I'll need to post a pic of me in those!! LOL! Plus, my depth perception was off for about 3 days. I felt as if I was walking around a Fun House. The floors and walls looked as if they were slightly slanted. It made me a bit nauseous. I did have a headache for a few days too, but by Saturday evening it had gone away. By Sunday, I felt great! No headaches and no naps!! :-) It was the first time I hadn't taken a nap in a very long time. Doc gave me strict instructions to take it easy and limit time on the computer, so very little blogging over the weekend. I missed seeing what everyone was up to!! Hopefully, I can get caught up this morning on all my blog reading and commenting!!
I worked a little in my sewing room Sunday. Those are my new sassy glasses pictured above. They are kind of a pinky red with some rhinestones on the side. I think they are stylish, but more importantly...functional!! Now after seeing what a difference glasses make, I could have the most hideous looking pair and I'd love them too. My glasses are pictured laying next to a huge pile of trimmings. I'm trying to finish up January's Le Petite project, "Mon Ami" Schnibbles quilt. There are nearly 300 very small HSTs in this project that need to be squared up! Good thing I have my glasses now because that for sure would have been a recipe for a headache! Hopefully, I'll have a finished project to show you tomorrow!
Last, but not least...
the new me.