I never thought I'd wear them, but for the sake of convenience and being able to see when doing things like riding rollercoasters and/or cosplay, I'm giving them a shot. This is no small feat for me as I A) Have never used eye drops, or put anything in my eye, and B) had a bad experience when I was 4 where I got a cinder stuck in my eye on a train ride, and then C) several years later got gnats stuck in my eye. Gnats! And you wonder why I hate bugs so much!
Friday, October 21st 2:55 pm
-Take out both contacts later in the day in under ten minutes. Only problem is I put both contacts in the same storage thing and don't know which one is the left lens and which is the right. Considering my eyes are different not just in prescription but in shape and the lenses reflect that, this could end badly.
Sunday October 23
-Call the doctor's office and confirm that putting the lenses in the wrong eyes won't do anything worse than potentially blur long-distance vision a bit. Hey, I like to be absolutely sure, okay?
Monday October 24
-Don't put the contacts in at all. Didn't wake up soon enough to put them in and didn't remember to do it after (eventually) getting home.