First off, thanks for the prayers posted here. Yesterday's cataract surgery was really not a big deal. Who would believe having somebody cut on your eyeball would be that easy? Never felt a thing even though I could see lights during the procedure. The only pain was from starting an IV in the back of my hand. Ain't fun but I'm used to it. It's where they always go on me. Had some irritation after we got home but it went away shortly. Surgery went well as did today's post-op check up. Optometrist said it looked "perfect" and the irritation I felt was typical and from the incision. She released me to drive in the daylight with sunglasses. Vision in the right eye is still a little blurry but It's getting better and this morning I began to see a big difference. If I close my right eye, headlights all look yellowish. With the left eye closed, they're bright white. Reading this text with one eye then the other shows the same result. Grayish text on the black background vs. bright white on black. Cataracts happen so gradually, you don't realize you're looking at the world through yellowed lenses. I've been wearing glasses for almost 60 years. Looking forward to not needing 'em even though I may need "readers". I'll stay away from the golf pasture for a couple more days, I guess.