It torrented and then it didn't and water is standing everywhere and we're supposed to be getting more. I went to the eye doctor and I can't see shit because my eyes were dilated and I drove that way and it was like a nightmare and I never want to do that again. And this doctor, whom I have never seen before, may have figured out why my eyes don't focus in my glasses.
"Let me ask you something," he said. "Look in here."
"Do you see one image or two?"
"Does that happen to you all the time?"
"We're going to fix that."
It all has something to do with one eye being less nearsighted but with more astigmatism and one eye being more nearsighted but with less astigmatism.
I can't tell you how great it would be to not have to constantly shut one eye.
But that isn't what I came here to talk about tonight. What I came here to talk about is Sophie, Elizabeth's daughter and the remarkable change that cannabis has made in her life. I am almost certain that all of the people who read here read Elizabeth's blog, A Moon, Worn As If It Were A Shell and if you don't you need to. I've been reading Elizabeth for years now and her words have touched me so much, her pictures too, that I dream of her and her family quite often. And in my dreams, Sophie has always looked the way she is looking now.
And to see her actually looking THAT way makes me happier than anything I can imagine.
Go here and read what Elizabeth has to say today if you haven't already.
I got nothing to say that's as earth-shaking as that.
Love you, Ms. Sophie. Love you, Elizabeth.
Now let's make this a reality for all of the children who need it so that we can see their true faces, their smiles, that yes, they are in there. Of course.