*shrug*

Doesn’t seem to be much to write about. I haven’t had time to organize two thoughts enough to come up with a compelling idea to write about. My cousin got married last weekend. I was bestowed with the honor of recording video of the wedding and reception and other things. Yay? I have an appointment in March for LASIK surgery. That’s exciting.

6 Responses to “*shrug*”


  1. 1 GeekBoy

    Lemme know how the laser surgery goes. I heard it OK, but I saw how it can cause like night blindness and shit.

  2. 2 wojo

    Woah, neat, you’ll be the first person I know that has had it done.

    Yeeeaaap, that’s about all I have to say at the moment…

  3. 3 forgo

    Yeah, it can do a lot of bad things. Poor or lack of night vision, flares at night (big shiny arcs.. where the light reflects off of the scar on your eye), blindness.. hehe, or my most feared side effect is an [url=http://www.floaters.net/fworld.html]increase[/url] [url=http://www.ueseyecare.com/Floaters.htm]in[/url] [url=http://interservicesnetwork.tripod.com/floaters/]floaters[/url]. I have some floaters now in each eye. They were fairly annoying when they first appeared, but I’ve grown used to them now for the most part. A side effect of the high pressure put on the eye during LASIK, though, is that more stuff could get torn off of the inner lining of the eye and start floating around in there. If I ended up with an eye full of floaters, I’m not sure it would be worth it.

  4. 4 Bonesaw

    Lasik is cool..but the night after you get it done it’s a pain..it feels like someone is pouring sand into your eyes..and what’s worse is that you can’t rub them..or you might pop the skin off your eye..eek..I was crying all night..about a gallon of tears (little exxagerated)…It’s all worth it in the long run though…but I don’t have any problems with floaters…You might be a different story, forgo.  Another thing that stinks is that your eyes will be extremely sensitive to light for a few months..Plus you can’t get water near your eyes for about 2 weeks..Showering is a pain…

    Rule#1 Never Rub your eyes

    Rule#2 Don’t play sports that can have your eyes gouged.

    Rule#3 Cry like Mad.

  5. 5 wojo

    How’d you get the floaters you have now?

    I can only see mine, which are incidentally very tiny, if I try to see them.  In fact I probably havenít noticed them at all for a few years.  This just brought it up and I starting looking for them.

  6. 6 forgo

    I don’t really know how I got them. I just noticed some one day. Then a few more of a short period of time. I don’t think I’ve seen an increase in them lately. They say it’s normal to get some, especially as you get older. Stuff in your eye gets weaker and more of the inside lining falls off to forever float in the fluid of your eye.

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