(If you must have politics, please scroll down)
Vision in the operated eye is distorted and distracting and of no practical use whatsoever. The surgeon says not to expect otherwise for at least several weeks.
I am thankful for the homeschool group with whom I work. The parents are taking turns driving me to and from work because the surgeon has given me strict orders not to drive even short distances during rush hour. My students are excited to be back in class and exercising restraint and civility well beyond their chronological age.
Today, Mr. AOW and I will make the trip to the DMV to get the title and tags for the van that we purchased on September 13. There may be a bit of arguing over the tax rate for the van. Because of the added handicapped equipment, we're going to argue for a lowered tax rate: the book value of the van is half that of the purchase price. We're taking our designated power of attorney with us in case I get into a bind with completing the paperwork and deploying the van ramp.
Blogging and keeping up with the news will not be one of my priorities for the foreseeable future.