This morning actually started last night.
In context: I wear glasses. STRONG ones. Things become blurry four to six inches from the end of my nose, nothing but blobs of color about three feet away, and indistinguishable a room away. So, my glasses are a life-line--without them, I'd be damn near blind.
I'm also a mom. Which means that life is, often, a full-contact sport (tackle-hugs by a ten year old nearly the same height as you, anyone?). Which means my glasses don't just see heavy use, but hard use. I can't tell you how often one of my kids has accidentally knocked my glasses off my face, or off the table where I set them when I rub my eyes. In the past year.
I've had this particular pair of glasses for about three or four years, now. I like these frames. I like them enough I got a pair of prescription distance only sunglasses with the same frames.
Last night, the right-hand nose piece started feeling like it was pinching my skin, or had something caught under it.
Nope; it had broken in half, and I was feeling sharp edges. The left hand nose piece was spiderweb cracked, and about ready to follow suit. And the vision center had closed.
So, my morning this morning started with dragging unwilling munchkins out of bed, fixing breakfasts, hot tea, and coffee, cleaning the cats' box, and otherwise chasing little humans through their morning chores list. Then I dropped the kids at school, and went to Walmart.
My glasses are repaired, and I confirmed with the technician that my instinct to wait six more weeks on my thyroid levels being stable at "normal" levels was the correct one. I also took a quick glance at the frames.
I didn't see any like the ones I'm using. I'm...gonna have to think this out. Because I like these frames. But I'm pretty sure my thyroid levels are improving my vision a little, and that I will need a new prescription when I do go in.
Went from Walmart to Sam's Club and got grocery shopping done. They've changed a few things, and the cost of 90/10 ground beef has decreased a bit (which makes me all kinds of happy). That took about an hour of walking around and consulting my list more than once.
Everything's (mostly) been put away, at this point. I've gotten dishes done, some cleaning done in FlyLady's zone 4 (not as much as needs to be done, but what I got done makes a visible difference), and all of my laundry washed and half of it in the dryer (along with things that are not mine, but were lost by those to whom those things belonged, so why not?). I've been in constant, slow motion all day. I got more done than I thought I would.
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