I put the new glasses in new places. Now I have to learn where.

(At this very moment, they are actually in their case on my desk, which is where they should be. But I have also found them on the shelf in the bedroom. And on the living room table)
Two days ago, I picked up my new progressive glasses. Then I went to a singalong meeting*. I found that I move my head a lot more than I'm aware of when I sing. The table was bouncing about, even though I thought I was looking at one spot the whole time.

They say you get used to it after a few days. I sincerely hope that's true. These glasses exhaust me. I'm trying to get used to not looking the my tea mug as I put it down. Perhaps I should learn not look at the keyboard as well?

One thing that works fine (to my surprise) is driving. As far as I can tell, I see everything I need to see, without any ill effects. There's a slight blur at the side mirrors, but I can re-focus on them without moving my head.



* A friend holds these at local old people's homes. I go there to help the singing. It is usually needed.

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