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As Time Goes By…

…one’s sight is not as good as it used to be.

I had LASIK surgery a couple of years ago and, for the first time since I was eight years old, saw the world without glasses or contact lenses. Fantastic!

Alas, ageing proceeds apace, and I’ll soon need reading glasses for my presbyopia. That means, “having the squinty, blurry eyesight of a typical Presbyterian,” I think. Oh, I’m just kidding! Settle down, you brittle Reformed types. ; )

So I’ve forked over some bucks to WordPress, the fine people who let me run this blog, so I can increase the font size as many of you have asked me to do. In light of all the kind things people have written to me in response to the entry of a few days ago about blogging, it was the least I could do.


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