This morning I woke up to 4 inches or 5 or something of snow. I love this. So does drake.
Question: Why is there NEVER a channel 1? No matter where you go, channel 1 is snowy. In sports, everybody wants number 1, so why aren't stations fighting over channel 1??
So anyways Drake and I tore through the snow to the eye doctor. I've been wearing my glasses for almost 2 weeks now and I'm over it, even though everyone has said I look good and older in glasses. But I don't like it.
After sitting through the 1st and 2nd waiting rooms, my doctor came in to see me. I really like my new eye doctor, we laugh about stuff and talk about skiing and snowshoeing and other outdoor activities.
But anywho, she took a look at my eyes to see if there was any bacteria left. she looks in the left one (her left), then onto the right, when she says "have you ever been hit in the eye??
I said "well, lets see, where do I start..."
The one time my brother hit me in my right eye, tearing my cornea...or do you mean the time I fell into my basketball teammates knee, ripping the skin underneath the eye into a fountain of blood, or maybe it was the time a softball took a bad hop, hit my eye, rendering me unconcious and with a fractured orbital?? oh, and lets not forget the time Beth (Wright) Nicholls served a raquetball into my eye.
She was stunned. She had seen the scarring from the torn cornea, and thats why she asked.
"So you play racquetball with goggles now, right?" she asked.
"I DON'T play racquetball any longer."
She went again for another look. Apparently I'm some kind of anomaly. She says I'm very lucky.
Very same thing the head doctor said when i got my orbital crushed. I was very lucky to see.
Anyways, in the end I can wear my contacts again.