He’s a 6 am kind of guy and our son is on the bus around 8:30. I sleep like the dead and start work at 9:00 so I missed that ass crack of dawn fun.
Get up at 6.PD = Professional Development. It's a teacher workday, kids are off. They get training and such and generally just a break from having to deal with the
I'm assuming "hoyrs" is a typo of "hours." If so, how early do you get up that there are hours before you take your kid(s) to school, @HCGLNS? Or did you already drop them off?
I've attempted to sound "more Canadian," for laughs but I just sound like I'm auditioning for a part in Fargo, dontcha know, eh?Not how I expected you to sound, but now I’ll always here you when I read your stuff. I think I had a little more “Canadian” accent before, but I’ve already swapped whatever it was with your real voice.
I love and adore you Pezzle!!Saw a tweet about how Portal 2 is a decade old, which made me realize:
@LittleKagsin and I started our friendship 10 years ago!
I had no idea such an epic friendship was starting when I had that stupid cosplay contest. Kags is the best thing to happen to me in the last decade.
Since the links to those old pics are dead, here they are again. The cosplay that started our friendship, LittleKagsin as Figment the Dragon:
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I had cataract surgery in my left eye about 10 years ago. I'm really happy with the results, though that eye is a lot more sensitive to bright light than the other. But I try to avoid the sun whenever possible anyway, so... “¯\_(ツ)_/¯“The cataract lens in my left eye was getting really bad with PCO, which is basically a film starting to cover the back of the lens. This was making it especially hard to read text whether webscreens, books or street signs, and bright lights like headlights and stoplights . Basically I was at the point where I'd have to blow up most websites to 150+ mag to read most of them, squint out of my right eye to read street signs, etc.
Went in to the VA was out in 2ish hours, the Ophthalmologist said the procedure usually takes 10 minutes and he was done in about 3. He said that was probably the fastest and easiest he's ever gotten the whole exam/procedure done. *probably helps I'm an aging hermit and not a curmudgeonous codger like most of their patients with cataracts.*
Other than dilation effects . . .
*edit*I had cataract surgery in my left eye about 10 years ago. I'm really happy with the results, though that eye is a lot more sensitive to bright light than the other. But I try to avoid the sun whenever possible anyway, so... “¯\_(ツ)_/¯“