Monday, May 19, 2014

Kataract

Eyesolation.

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    1. Ah yes. This is a great wish and hope of mine. Thank you, Susan.

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  2. You will see so much clearer when it is done. Be well. :)

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    1. Hm, although I am currently a little worried I hope there has nothing to be done. Thank you, Claude.

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  3. After the operation things will become clearer again.

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    1. Phew. Andrew comes close in his second comment.
      How to explain?
      I have got new glasses. The one for my right eye seems to be suboptimal. And for a couple of days I thought there is / were a spot . . . but takink of the glasses and reading without, everything seems fine.
      Uff! Don't have the words to explain in English.
      Anyway. Checking this very photo of my right eye my first thought was: "A cataract".
      I think / thought 'cataract' also generally stands for what in German is called 'Trübung'.
      Perhaps I should not try to play with words in English. "Blurred Sight" instead of 'Cataract' might have been clearer. :)

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    2. It was your tag Cataract that made me think you needed an operation :-)

      I can quite understand new glasses not being perfect. I have worn glasses since the age of 8 and contact lenses from some time later. From time to time the prescription prescribed to me is wrong and I have to go back to the optician to get it sorted out.

      Then things do become clear again ;-)

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    3. Yes. Sorry again for choosing a misleading tag.

      I hope the problem will soon get fixed . I would clearly be delighted, anyway.

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  4. Operation? What operation? Have I not being paying attention?

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    1. Nah, no operation, Andrew. [Knocking on wood.]

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  5. We just assume, Andrew, that the word KATARAK illustrating an unclear eye meant that surgery would take place.

    Unless it's modern art which I seldom understand,

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    1. Sorry for causing a misunderstanding, Claude. I tried to expalin above, in my reply to CherryPie.

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  6. Never assume anything where Seanso's word-play is concerned, but you may well be right (or "not wrong", as he might say).

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    1. You "know" your Seanso well, Don QuiScottie. :)

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    2. Hah, Eye did suspect that what the Don whispered in my ear might not be wrong, and I am glad to be right. He knows his Hansome Seanso well, for having never actually caught sight of him.

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