Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Narrowing My Focus

My soon-to-be 53-year-old eyes serve me well, but they struggle with close vision. I've got three or four (or maybe five) pairs of reading glasses, but they never seem to be around when I pick up my laptop in the morning.

If I squint, that is, narrow my focus, I can read the screen. With good light and clear intention, I can see enough to read.

Isn't that just the way?

7 comments:

kario said...

I love how the universe sends us these reminders, and I love that you are so open to receiving them.

Have a happy day, Jerri!

Love.

Stacy said...

Yes.
Sometimes it's fun to go hours without wearing glasses (and I have some pretty messed up vision). It's like being very stoned without damaging the brain cells and everything looks a little softer that way.

Go Mama said...

(:

Suzy said...

Wanna borrow my f&%king tri-focals?

Deb said...

It's great that you're grateful that the squint will still get you some comprehension. It won't last. :)

Kim said...

For me, this conjurs up the adorable image of you with those broken blue glasses at the last workshop.

Carrie Wilson Link said...

Great metaphor!