Now that my double cataract surgeries are behind me and, thank G-d, successful, I can see the world in ways I have not been able to since childhood. For the first time in five decades, my glasses are not among the first things I put on in the morning. Imagine my delight when, upon awakening about 5:00 in the morning the day after the first operation, I could actually read the time on a digital clock across the room without reaching for the specs. Trees, sky, flowers are all clearly visible with the naked eye! Colors are more vibrant. It is a bit saddening to think that I had to develop cataracts in order to receive this magnificent gift of enhanced eyesight, but I am grateful for every leaf and sign that is so much easier to spot now. And I am assured it will only get better. I can hardly wait.
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