I was only working until 1:00 because I had an ophthalmologist appointment at 1:30. I have been having trouble with my eyes crossing outwards. I've had this problem since I was 2, but had surgery to correct it when I was 11, however, it's become a problem again.
I made it to my appointment a little early. I got out of my van and began to walk to the door. I looked around and saw that the view was beautiful. I decided to go back to my van to get my camera and take a few pictures before my appointment. That was the moment I realized I had locked my keys in my van.
Thankfully, I have AAA and they were able to unlock my van and get my keys back. I didn't even have to go outside. They unlocked my van and then brought the keys to the receptionist, who then brought my keys to me in the exam room.
However, my visit with the ophthalmologist did not go as well. I found out that there is nothing that can be done for my eyes. I have "abnormal retinal correspondence". In other words, my eyes do not work together at the same time. I have 20/20 vision in both eyes - I just can't use them both at the same time.
Before I left, I took a few pictures from the parking lot. When I got home, I had class list from the Viking dealership near me. I really hope to take a class some time. It would be a great way to meet people