I am deep in spring cleaning mode, clearing cupboards, wiping down shelves, and washing curtains.
And now I have turned my attention towards the computers hard drive. If anything around here needs a good tossing, and turfing out, this is it.
Too many blurry photos, old outdated, and “what did I see in that” type of shots, are cluttering up the precious available space. So off goes Adobe PS, and into the archives I am diving.
Problem is, these new “yes I am officially entering middle age” progressive glasses I have just got are driving me batty. With three zones, one for close up, one for long distance, and the middle one for computer screen reading, everything is supposed to be crystal clear.
Well it mostly is, until I lean to close to the screen, as I am habitually doing lately. And then because I haven’t moved my head correctly everything goes blurry. Or I revert to my old habit of looking over the top of my glasses, and then nothing is clear.
So I manage to delete a few photos, and then I realize that my eyes are sore, so I need to look further out the window to relax them. After I look out the window for a few seconds my mind starts to wander to the outdoor projects that are screaming to be tackled. Then I look around the room, and notice that it needs to be tidied.
And back to the screen I go. It’s a vicious circle.
The glasses are great, it’s just that this spring cleaning is giving me blurry vision.
Another reason to forgo it.