I wore my new contact lenses while driving around yesterday and ruined the rest of the day by giving myself the mother of all headaches. I think trying to focus on close-up things with my aging eyes is causing eyestrain, so I don't think I am a good candidate for contacts anymore. I have a few more days to wait for my new glasses to be ready, so in the meantime I have applied another helping of crazy glue to the broken arm on my old pair to help them bridge the gap. I wish I had the balls for LASER eye surgery, but I think the reality is I don't.
In an aside related to my re-repairing my glasses: Is it me, or does Crazy Glue not work as crazily as it used to? Used to be that it would immediately bond most anything, and you were also always in danger of gluing yourself to yourself, whatever it was you were repairing, as well as most anything else in the area. These days I have trouble getting it to work on most things I use it on... I suspect somewhere along the lines the formula has been weakened to lessen the likelihood of legal action from consumers experiencing American Pie 2-style problems.
R.I.P.: Nobel winner who discovered 'buckyballs' dead at 62.
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