Yesterday, they drew on my eyeballs with Sharpie, then taped down my eyelids and... then there were lots of flashes and clicks and the smell of my corneas burning.
Then I went to sleep for 17 hours.
Now I can see.
I've needed glasses since 3rd grade. I wore glasses from 6th grade to 10th grade. Ever since, it's been contacts every single day.
Now, for the first time in my life, I can read the alarm clock from across the room.
Thank you, Dr. Woolfson. Thank you, mysterious and possibly insane inventor of Lasik. Thank you, Dr. Krog.
Finally, when the zombies come, I'LL BE READY.