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?
So... I survived 4 surgeries in 2-3 months, and my retina is attached! But my sight is absolutely abysmal. Went from 90% to 10%!!! I'm so upset . Retinas can heal for up to a year so here's me hoping it'll get better... -_-
Maybe this is controversial, but....
I legit think that GOTY should have gone to AC6. I wasn't personally a fan, but for what it was, it was near perfect on launch, and the only updates they had to do were slight balancing issues. I never ran into a single bug, and everything was smooth.
For what it was, I think it was flawless, and I would have loved it, I just couldn't deal with the hud.