So here's the thing - I need cataract surgery, and my wife's insurance will pay for the surgery, but not until after the surgery is done. That is, I must pay for it first, and then the insurance will reimburse. So ... forget cataract surgery. If I had the money to pay for it in the first place, why would I need the insurance?
It appears that the world must remain foggy, and I will have to continue to suffer the daily splitting headaches caused by constantly squinting. It is also becoming quite dangerous to drive, especially at night. Strangely, in the sunlight I can see better without the glasses I have, but at night I'm all but blind.
As a matter of fact, I've developed a headache while typing the above two paragraphs ... but still have four house of English First work to read. :(