[Homestead] was Dr. Dr. Give me some news, now bad behavior in the medical field
erthnsky at bellsouth.net
Tue Dec 23 17:14:36 EST 2008
> So Bev, the optician is the one who has those measurements, not the
> optometrist. Just call the optician as above (they are sometimes a
> part of an optometrist or opthalmology office but the records you in
> most states have to by law be kept by the optician, the outfit that
> fits you for and makes up the glasses. Those measurements, short of
> surgery on the scull or something, don't change, so just call the
> last one you used.
I guess I knew that, but I thought an optometrist could/would also
measure. I probably confused it in my head because I go to a guy who is
both an optometrist and an optician. I'm glad you straightened me out
though. If anyone can measure, no wonder Dr. God was insulted...lol
And I will call the optician/optometrist who did my bifocals this time.
He's local and who I would normally pay anyway. I'm pretty sure that I
can get the info fairly easily from him.
> And like I said before, you don't even have to have get those
> measurements from the optician if you don't want to fool with it;
> Ron can do them. If you have the script in hand you have all you
> really have to have from them, and it sounds like you do, just call
> Zenni's 800 number and they will walk you through it on the phone;
> they've successfully walked our MR clients through it for a couple of
> years now; I'm sure they can handle folks like us too :-) I think I
> told you Rae took two pairs of her clients' Zenni glasses to be
> checked for accuracy and they were right on. I didn't have mine
> checked ($$) but they certainly seem fine.
I am 'looking forward' to getting new glasses. I am going to get two
pair, one with shades. At those rates, even I can afford it. The
scleritis makes me very sun sensitive, more than normal even. I'm as
white as white can be and even my eyes are sensitive-always have been.
I believe the Saami also used the slit eyewear like the Inuit. I
understand why. I've always been somewhat of a cave creature, a bat
avoiding the light of day. When I found out that I was from the land of
the midnight sun, I understood all of that.
The true significance of Sacajawea's involvement in the Lewis & Clark
expedition is that it was the first documented trip in history where men
asked a woman for directions and followed them, allowing them to arrive
at their destination.
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