Back to the Drawing Board

Anice Barbosa

So the day finally came. I have been obsessing over today for about a month now. I couldn’t eat, drink or function without thinking about it. Last time I was in that exam chair, it sure sounded like today would be the day that this would end, at least temporarily.

I woke up in a good mood and made my way to the doctor’s office. I prayed on the way and felt positive. I was preparing myself for both possibilities, but focusing on the positive one. I sat in the exam chair and a young lady, whom I’ve never met before, sat across from me and tried to get the contact in. I don’t know if it was my nervousness, or her lack of experience with Keratoconus fittings, but she couldn’t manage to get the lens in. I kept cool and didn’t say a word. Even though every time she…

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