So, here’s a great story. Dennis started with endmyopia 3 months ago and is already down from -6.00 diopters to -5.00 diopters, a whole full diopter of 20/20 gains. It’s an impressive piece of work! Fortunately Dennis breaks it down a bit too, in a detailed e-mail.
But I’m not posting it here.
If you want to read how he got that first diopter lower, stop over in the FB group. Dennis is also a member there, and he may or may not offer comments if you have questions. I’m not posting it here because it just feels like we need an occasional break from posts about all the 20/20 gains. Do continue sending them to me, I’ll always try to put them up, whether here or the group, and they do make all the difference to keep me adding to this resource.
What instead, today?
Hey. I know. How about some complete procrastination and off-topic-ness. I made a quick final video before the vultures came and picked up the green screen and lights and tripods and things, part of the sell-everything extravaganza currently in progress.
Here it is. Zero nutritional (or diopter) value in this one:
A small rodent who thinks he’s the boss.
I do want to talk about lower diopter myopia and long days in front of computers, and how contrast sensitivity is key, and why sometimes a little correction can be your best friend (or your focusing muscle’s, rather, to get it to relax).
That’s another day though, possibly a day in the near future.
Enjoy some eyeballs, today!