Due to a landscaping accident when I was about 10 months old, I’m blind in my right eye. This led to a whole bunch of complications, obviously, and greatly increases the difficulty of certain every day things. No depth perception (yay catching anything and driving), limited range of vision, my bad eye is fairly light sensitive…a plethora of complications. These issues make some tasks that are already potentially difficult even moreso, a perfect example which I’ve gone through is tennis. I can’t tell you how hard that was to adjust to, and my aim started off so bad that my first set of strings broke on the bottom instead of the top (where they break 99% of the time). However, every once in a while you run into something more mundane that is inordinately difficult due to lack of sensory information, which brings us to the main point of this thread;
How in the hell does one tell if one’s hat is on straight with only one eye open/working? Seriously, I didn’t think it would be this hard…maybe the brim of my hat is lopsided? Whenever it looks straight I notice that it’s about an inch above one ear and right on top of the other…is my head lopsided? :smack:
I’m willing to take and try any suggestions.