I went for my yearly eye exam yesterday.
My insurance doesn’t cover the cost of my exam or contact lenses. So I expect a certain level of service because I’m paying cash-ola. (Yes, I know that makes me sound like a snob.)
Don’t get me wrong — I don’t expect prosecco and a cheese platter. (Although that would’ve been a nice treat considering Thursday is Halloween.)
But I do expect not to wait 45 minutes for my exam.
I’m a patient lady. Sort of.
Anyway, I was finally escorted back to see Dr. Yellow Drops. (I can never remember his name.)
And he runs the usual tests:
Blinding me with intense light to look at my cornea like he’s the paparazzi.
Frightening me with an expected puff of air in each eye like he’s a tornado.
Blurring my vision with yellow drops to dilate each eye like he’s prosecco.
Hence the nickname above.
After the exam, I learned my vision is slowly getting worse. Which is par for the course with my disease.
And he gives me a new prescription for stronger contact lenses & a free trial pair. If I like the brand and can tolerate the new strength, then I can order a year’s worth.
A free trial is a great way to get customers.
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