Thursday, October 29, 2009

From a Distance

I'm so nearsighted. Without glasses, everything at a distance of more than just two feet away from me becomes very blurry. Everything can look like ...some Monet's painting.
Because of my near-sightedness, I see better close up. As a result, I'm better at observing small details than taking in the whole picture.
I actually like to see life without my prescription glasses. Without them, from a distance, I can't see mistakes...especially in my knitting.

1 comment:

  1. Touche! Surely what I can't see isn't a mistake? ....I like how you think. :)