On Tuesday I went to the ophthalmologist for a follow up to see how my eyes are responding to the medication. To test tear production, paper strips with little rulers on them are places between the eyeball and eyelid. Then you wait to see what volume of tears are created in a certain period of time.
Goofball me, I managed to skew the test within seconds. I closed my eyes and the first thought to pop into my mind was Geordie. Aww, how cute my little boy was! Then I started crying. Not much, but enough that it looked like I have a crazy high amount of tears. I told the doctor what happened, but she was still pleased with the results.
My Geordie hasn’t been on earth in almost three years, and he can still fix everything!
I told you I was magic!
To find out what my magical puppies like to do on their day off, pick up a copy of Dream Our World. Inside, the boys view the world of art from a canine perspective and enjoy a day of unsupervised fun.
Dream Our World is available from my shop at L Bowman Studios.
He is a mighty angel who always gives you what you need.
What a beautiful thought! 🌈
So you got cotton balls on your back, paper strips on your eyes, your dog has gas and you can’t get into school. Other that, how are things looking these days? 😈
That’s the spirit! 🤗
OH NO APOLOGIES ! THEIR MAGIC IS SO SPECIAL
Aw, Geordie (I love his name!), you continue to be magic and share the love! 🙂 🌈
Now I have tears in my eyes.
Glad the doc was pleased with the results! 🙂
Sending virtual tissues! ❤️
That sounds incredibly painful and I’m so glad Geordie was able to help!
They put numbing drops in your eyes so you don’t feel the paper. The pain of remembering Geordie, well that was a happy one! 😊