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That Yellow Shoe

Here's how it once was: When all I wanted to see was a blurry world, I took off my eyeglasses. 

Here's how it is now: I put on my eyeglasses. 

That's all I got today. For more photo collages by some cool bloggers, check out Mosaic Monday



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  1. Nothing is nice that some bright colour in your garden even if it is from a croc

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    1. There are a few other brightly colored shoes in the garden, sans the feet.

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  2. Oh dear, Su-sieemac! Getting old is not for the faint of heart! Thanks for a shot of humor at Mosaic Monday today!

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  3. Clever. I can see without my glasses but I cannot read unless the print is large.

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    1. Until last year, I've been nearsighted. It's strange to now be farsighted.

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  4. Hello,

    There are days, getting old is not fun. Your images are colorful and fun! Take care, enjoy your day!

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  5. I love bright colors! This is something to think about! Enjoy your day!

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  6. ...thanks to my cataract surgery I can see quite well, but without readers I'm sunk!

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  7. good eyeglasses are good to have. :) I have seen that kind of shoes in Sweden too. :)

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  8. Time to change the prescription? I've had some adjustments in that way as well.

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    1. One of these days, being farsighted will be old hat for me.

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  9. Haha... since my cataract surgery I wear only reading glasses (drugstore, non prescription) ... but if I stand up to do something while wearing them, the world does go a bit fuzzy. A blurry world would be OK these days, except that walking while blurry can be hazardous at my age ;)).

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    1. Me, too, Sallie. I gave in and got prescription readers because of the difference between the left and right.

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  10. It does feel lind of upside down these pandemic days

    Stay safe Susi eee

    Thanks for droppong by my blog

    Much💜love

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  11. A funny idea. And yellow is very fine in the garden.

    Happy MosaicMonday

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  12. I wrote a poem about that once - the difference in vision with glasses on and glasses off - and entered it into a contest. The judge gave me what-for because it "tricked" her and I was a "better poet than that." I guess that was a backhanded compliment.

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    1. I got a similar backhanded compliment from a writing instructor decades ago. They're just jealous, lol.

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  13. The world today is fuzzy with or without glasses. Hope you are well.
    Dawn aka Spatulas On Parade

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  14. Yellow shoe goes here, yellow shoe goes there, yellow shoe goes everywhere! :)

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