In my mind I'm still that young, cute little brunette my husband fell in love with. Then I look in the mirror. Reality sets in big time. Oh well, as they say, what's the alternative. Anyway, the surgery was a breeze. Much easier than getting a filling at the dentist, but way more expensive. The total time for the whole process was around an hour and a half. The surgery itself was a little under ten minutes. They had us lined up on beds ready to wheel one right after the other into the operating room. I felt like I was on an assembly line. Don't get me wrong, they were very nice and considerate considering how many they had done that day. While I was in there I asked if the doctor could go ahead and give me an eyelid lift while he was at it. Hey, it was worth a try.
Have you seen little old ladies going around wearing sunglasses like these? Thank goodness I just have to wear them outside for a week and then I will be free of glasses forever, except when I read. Then I'll be like one of those little old ladies wearing a necklace to hold my reading glasses around my neck so I won't lose them. At the rate I'm going it won't be long and I'll be knocking on the door of a nursing home!