On a Tuesday in December, I had laser treatments, “blasting” on an implant on my right eye. The lens cleared up and my doctor assured me that I would be able to find the Orion Nebula with my telescope.
That following Friday, I had a Mohs procedure for basil cell carcinoma just below the right eye lid. I didn’t prepare myself for the fifteen-stitch surgery or the bandage that covered my right eye.
The next morning, our children treated us to reserved seating for a nine A.M. viewing of the latest version of Star Wars…with 3-D glasses. 3-D glasses on one eye! I wasn’t prepared for that situation.
However I was prepared for the excitement that, in past years, might cause me the loss of bladder control. I was wearing …TA- DA… my Men’s Liberty External Catheter! Therefore, exciting moments were no problem. (I noticed several men and women making quick exits three quarters into the movie.) Not me. I made it to the end. When it comes out on DVD, I’ll watch the movie again, using both eyes thanks to the laser treatments. Until then:
Happy New Year and … May The Force Be With You!
Sam and PJ Turner (She Who Must Be Obeyed!)