Sigh. Was trying out a few games (star Ocean 6, ni no kuni, ffxv) only to find out I can no longer read them, while some were possible before. It just makes me so sad/devastated. I wish games would at least give the option to have a larger font...
Can't believe it's been a year since I woke up with 70% of my sight gone. Feels like I just started grieving and adjusting. I'm happy I can still do many things, but at times also frustrated at all the things I have to do different now
So I went to Alladin the musical, for the first time since I lost my sight. Was very stressed as I wasn't sure I could see it well. But I saw most of it sitting on row 2! Which is great. So I just booked 4 more musicals for 2023
My cataract surgery got delayed to mid may because of covid. And suddenly my other eye thought it was a great idea to start giving me retinal problems. Need a surgery to fix it, but because I had covid 2 weeks ago that's a huge problem. I'm so tired of it all. When do things finally get stable?
That moment when you significantly rewrite about 80% of a course, reduce it from 12 hours to 8, drastically refocus the content, provide several overview briefings to staff on the changes, giving them several weeks to prepare, & they start asking questions 10 minutes before the classes start. I have a bad feeling.