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  1. Brandy
    04/04/2017 @ 7:38 pm

    Knock on wood, I’ve never had any issues with my eyes – aside from a droopy eyelid. I’ve heard it sucks to have your eyes dilated!
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    • Adri
      04/05/2017 @ 1:04 am

      When your eyes are dilated, it’s like you’ve become a temporary vampire when it comes to daylight LOL. Your eyes are fine when you’re inside a building, even if the lights are on. However, when you come outside and the sun is bright and shining, your dilated eyes become really sensitive to light for about 4-5 hours. That’s why, before you leave the clinic, the optometrist or the receptionist will hand you an envelope with temporary paper-thin plastic sunglasses for you to wear over your eyes or your eyeglasses (if you’re wearing one).

      “My eyes! My eyes!” blocks eyes from the sunlight LOL. :D
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  2. Mikari
    04/05/2017 @ 8:42 pm

    I’m glad I don’t get that test, my eyes are sensitive to light. At least you don’t need a new prescription. Looking forward to your new blog and the return of the full network on the new host.

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    • Adri
      04/05/2017 @ 9:43 pm

      Looking forward to it too. I have to prioritize my portfolio though, but I need something that would show off my skills. The only thing I could think of is adding a lot of experiments and projects in CodePen. Gah, the headache of having too much to do LOL.
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  3. Lucien
    04/06/2017 @ 12:16 pm

    You’re better than me, I can’t write a single letter even holding my writing hand with the other. XD

    That really sucks, hope your eyes get better soon. :)

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    • Adri
      04/06/2017 @ 10:06 pm

      Hi Lucien! I’m a nearsighted diabetic, and as a diabetic, it’s important to have annual eye exams. One of the things that optometrists do in order to perform these types of eye exams is to dilate your eyes, so that they’ll able to examine the inside of your eye. No, I don’t get blinded or anything like that, but the medicine they use for dilation really does make your eyes temporarily sensitive to sunlight, so yeah. Vampire eyes for five hours LOL.

      When I was born, according to my parents anyway, I started off being left-handed. Then, they enrolled me in a private Catholic school where teachers forced their students to learn how to write with their right hand. Would’ve been nice to be ambidextrous though LOL.
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  4. Jamie
    04/07/2017 @ 12:38 pm

    I haven’t had the pleasure of having my eyes dialated in a LONG time. I can’t even remember the last time they were! I have had air blown into them and that was hella uncomfortable!

    Anyways, I really like the new blog idea and can’t wait for it to make its appearance. Let me know when it does.

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    • Adri
      04/08/2017 @ 1:24 am

      I’m still having trouble keeping my eyes open whenever they try to “puff” some air through my eyes. And yes, it still is uncomfortable.

      In the meantime, while I’m waiting for my new server grants for a SSH access to restore the forum, I’d be able to distract myself by making another project.

      But, I also have to take more time in building my portfolio too, especially that I purchased a new domain for it, replacing my old one. Bleh.
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