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14 March 2007 @ 09:01 pm
Anatomy of an Eye Injection  
Yes. I had another one. Today.

1. Take the Flaming Lidless Eye of Sauron...

2. Coat it in some sort of viscous, burning acid...

3. Roll it in sand... Lots of sand...

4. Shove it into your eye socket.

And voila! One eye injection!

Ow. But truly, if it helps me to see more of my beautiful girlfriend and my adorable niece and nephew, not to mention gives me more fine detail vision with which to do my sculpting, then I cannot complain.

I'll have more to write about later. I have about 3 or 4 movie reviews to do plus a Vegas retrospective and some other stuff. You'll understand if I don't do it tonight though. I have a date with a cold compress, eye drops, and some pain meds.

Love to you all.


mommymatic on March 16th, 2007 05:56 pm (UTC)
Hee hee--it's just as funny (not the "you're in pain" part--the description part, complete with FEOS) as it was to hear about it in person.

I miss you already! xoxoxo
seftiri: LMAOseftiri on March 16th, 2007 10:28 pm (UTC)
Tiff and I were just talking about how hard that made you laugh. :D

I miss you too! xoxoxo
tulliolustulliolus on March 16th, 2007 08:58 pm (UTC)
You've got the dusty-burning-acid-hey-hey-hey-it-hurts-me!-eye, and you still find time to pick an amusingly appropriate userpic? Now that's dedication!

Kudos! Hope the meds kicked in good.
seftiri: O_oseftiri on March 16th, 2007 10:31 pm (UTC)
Re: Yeow!
LOL Glad you liked it!

I'm all better pain-wise but people still do a double take when they see me because the white of that eyeball is--and will be for a while--red.

The number one reaction? "Oh my god, what did you do to yourself this time?"

::insert outraged indignation here::

I mean, I know I'm a klutz, guys, but really! ;)
froggumz: Rach and Luce park benchfroggumz on March 17th, 2007 07:03 pm (UTC)
I've been trying to think of an appropriate response to this for the last several days, but so far all I can come up with is the classic internet phrase of "OMGWTFBBQ?". Oh, and "owwwiieeee" while squinting at the screen.

Outside of all that, I have to admit that I do like the picture commentary :D Hope that it's feeling better & not as red anymore.

seftiri: Jeri Chalseftiri on March 18th, 2007 10:08 pm (UTC)
Aww, thanks! Sorry about the cringe factor!

The eye is currently still red but has very little pain. And already is showing improvement! (eyesight-wise) :D
froggumz: Luce: Buddies!froggumz on March 19th, 2007 01:56 am (UTC)
Pft, no worries on the cringe. The ER knew me by name growing up ;)

Happy to hear that it's working though!
Tiffany: orange juicypiekid on April 20th, 2007 10:14 pm (UTC)
Did you know...? (That I'm still bored?)
• A buffalo can jump as high as six feet off the ground.
• Democrats are more likely than Republicans to own a cat.
• SUV drivers are twice as likely to talk on a cellphone as drivers of other kinds of cars.
• Shakespeares's daughter was illiterate.
• A pineapple is actually a very big berry.
• A potato's closest edible relative is the eggplant.
• The Great Salt Lake is six times saltier than seawater.
• Parrots can not get appendicitis....they don't have one.
• The first health food store opened in Boston in 1830.
• 75% of stage and screen actors do not use their real names.
• There are enough calories in a Big Mac to run a vacuum cleaner for 98 minutes.
• One cord of wood (4 ft x 4 ft x 8 ft) will make 75 million toothpicks.
• The largest living thing on Earth is an underground mushroom in Oregon. It is 3.5 miles across.
• Sahara comes from the Arabic word Sahra, which means desert.
• Sweden has a ski-thru McDonalds!
• There is 10,800 feet of film in a two-hour movie.
• The 2001 Federal Tax cut added 14,368 pages to the U.S. Tax Code.
• The official state dance of Utah is the Square Dance.
• 31% of men say they look at other women when with their significant other. 62% of women say their significant others do.
• After a three-week vacation, your IQ can drop by as much as 20%.
• In the year 2000, Tiger Wood's caddie made $1 million.
• The little statue on the grill of every Rolls Royce car has a name: "Spirit of Ecstasy."
• The sale of hearing aids rose 40% when President Reagan got his.
• The city of Edinburgh, Scotland is built on top of an extinct volcano.
• Lions and Tigers can't purr. Cougars can.
• The slang term 'hootch' came from the Hootchinoo Indians, who made liquor so strong that it knocked out many of the first white settlers who tried it.
• Baby seahorses are called 'colts.'
• Lead melts at a temperture of 620°F; tin at 446°F. Mix them together & they melt at 356°F.
• During his lifetime, Shakespeare's last name was spelled 83 different ways. Shakespeare himself spelled it 10 different ways.
• There are over 15,000 miles of neon lights along the Las Vegas strip.