We are seniors so not too surprising that limitations have arrived to our lives. Some limitations have always been part of lives. I've been quite deaf for many years, I can't run like I used to and enjoyed so much. There are other limitations of a more intimate nature and quite naturally it occurs a senior to feel a loss and sometimes a bit of self pity. I've learned to avoid that because there is no benefit. At present I am on the verge of voluntarily giving up my driving privilege. A few years ago I passed the state eye test and got a renewal of my driving license and last time at the ophthalmologist I was told again that there was no change as corrective lens would not help. So at present I'm legal to drive. BUT I can not see clearly and have double vision and blind spots. I'm sure that if nothing unusual occurs I would be all right. But I know that is not always what we face when driving. It is a downer but it happens to people and no reason it won't happen to me.
I feel good about making my own decision and hope others have as good a feeling about their changes. Live is good.Recommend0 recommendations