I neglected to ever ask what my vision was. For some reason I did finally ask, the week or so before I had the surgery. 20/400. Just for reference - legally blind is 20/200. I was two lines below legally blind.
For further reference, I never really noticed, but they took my glasses that morning and I couldn't tell the big "E" was an E. That's no joke. I *knew* it was an "E", but I couldn't *see* that it was an E.
My recent night vision issues had me worried about worsening vision yet again. I know my eyes aren't perfect anymore. Far from it, but I wasn't sure how bad.
Apparently they aren't that bad right now. And the doctor that did the surgery did such a good job you can barely see the scar on the cornea.
Good to hear, but it doesn't solve my issues with seeing paper flat 1D ground when I ride at night.
The bad news is that I probably won't have glasses in time for the race. I held out on going to an appointment where I'd have to pay full price and then wound up basically wasting 5 days of time that I could've been getting a prescription in.
Wound up picking out a pair at Costco with the prescription from an eye doc. Had I signed up for eye insurance last year it would've been a moot point, but I didn't.
So, basically I'm over stressing out about it. Did that enough today.
I even did yoga tonight. Now I'm voting and hope that my ballot will get in in time.