Friday, August 12, 2005

The one where everything seems blurry

It's been almost two weeks since I started work, and I'm having a blast. I'm encouraged, and I know I'm contributing to the growth of the company and its vision, which is a wonderful thing.

I'm a little concerned for my eyes, though. Nathan (or one of the other two kids in the house) broke my glasses, and I've been working for two weeks without them. The end result: things are looking really blurry. It doesn't help that my computer monitor's really close to me, so I can't adjust the levels.

I gotta rest my eyes, that's the bottom line.

8 comments:

forg said...

dati nasira rin yung eyeglasses ko, ang hirap kasi dependent na ko dun, parang body part ko na rin yun

anj said...

why don't you get new ones?

Dr. Emer said...

Yes, you should try and get new ones. An eye doctor consult might reveal you have already new refraction grades.

Ingat!

indi said...
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Ganns said...

Forg: I know exactly what you mean! It's essential na kasi, di ba? :)

Ganns said...

Anj: bo tsi. :p I have no money. I will definitely get a pair once I get my salary.

Ganns said...

Dr. Emer: I definitely will. That's actually kinda scary: do you think my grade can change in two weeks?!

notsquare said...

Oh dear, you should get a replacement na. Can you drive ba without your spectacles? (i love using that word :)

Me I CANNOT drive without them, am sure to get into an accident :(