aha – bet some of you expected a political article – NOT. My little brain can not go there. Although it has a left and a right side, it has been letting me down a little as of late. The old saying – left hand does not know what the right one is doing sort of applies.
Best explanation example of the week? emmmm ok …
Looking into the viewfinder of my camera with my left eye ( the one I always use) I can not see the meter anymore. Change to the right eye and there it is. After an eye exam where they pronounced me as having great vision and a prescription with a slight change in reading glass off I go. I look into the viewfinder, same deal. Wow, what a smart camera I have it knows not to show the meter for my left eye just to irritate me? It likes my right eye better I guess – NOT. I use a few internet eye test and decide that I still have great vision only it is a contrast problem yup that is it – like when you turn the monitor settings way crazy so you have to really try hard to read the letters because of the lack of contrast between white and black. Try it and see – it is wracked when it is your eye and not the monitor.
Adaptation is one thing I have learned in the last few years – I am constantly adapting to the point of being tired of adapting. So, being the little trouper that I think I am, I now use my right eye to adjust the settings and my left one to compose the photo. Why? seems my right eye does not get what a good composition is or it does not speak the same language as my brain – oh wells for now it is working.
But of course – my little brains circulation has once again gone on strike – hopefully for only a few seconds as the living cells in in such close confines of their home (my brain) really do not enjoy loneliness and if this keeps up they few remainders will miss conversing with their dead buddies. Brain gossip is a good thing – really – it is.
Ok back to the eye – MRI is scheduled to investigate my brain further - until then . …
finally broke down and stopped doing what boots should do – keeping ones feet safe from damages. I did not notice the total break down until I had walked over 7 miles. I should have realized something was up as I did have to keep tightening the laces often and my feet seemed hot. But nope not I and my little brain we just kept hiking and noticed all the blisters later when we decided, my brain and I to take off our socks and look.
Well my new boots seem to fit ( since I have very little sensation in my feet I guess they do) and the cool part is that the lower part where they lace have eyelets where the lace runs through them and they do not have to be hooked each time, the opening is easy to get my feet into, the pull tab is actually in a place where it is easy to pull and get the heel of the boot onto my feet ( you no some are way to high on the boot to work), although heavier than my last pair they are not too heavy, and woo hoo they have a higher ankle top so I walk easier in them.
Well that is all for now from my little brain and I – we are getting tired.