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Happy Holidays in advance!


And sorry for the lull in new posts and tips this past week. I woke up a week and a half ago with a severe case of viral conjunctivitis in my left eye which as you can imagine was rather irritating. This, along with a lack of sleep and 60+ hour work weeks for the past month have worn me down causing other virus and “bugs” to come have a free for all in my head. Needless to say, a few days ago the “pink eye” infection crossed over to the right eye despite two different prescriptions to try and clear it up first.

Luckily, I was able to see a specialist that prescribed me a much more effective eye drop that has cleared up virtually all of the symptoms. Though the virus is still there, I am less miserable and don’t look like I am possessed by demons anymore. (I’d post a picture but it is truly scary and/or disgusting to some people. Just imagine both eyes entirely blood red where it should be white.) I do still have some small pockets of inflammation in the cornea of my left eye that needs to be monitored so my vision isn’t completely in the clear yet but the new drops should also clear that up before I experience any permanent vision loss.
As an added sign or relief, the last minute holiday rush has ended so things can finally slow back to a much more normal pace and I can sit down and work on some further tests, tricks, video tutorials and posts.

Thanks for following along and have a great holiday regardless of what you celebrate!

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