Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon are the Disney World water parks. Find out all the tips on visiting these water parks in Orlando with information on what to do, what to skip and how to have the best time with everyone in the family (including tips for toddlers)

1 Change That Now Lets Me Do 4 Things

I made a decision three months ago that completely changed my life. Seriously. I’d wanted to have LASIK eye surgery so I could ditch my glasses and I finally did it. And you know what? It truly has changed my life. That one thing has changed so many things in my life, I can’t even believe it.

I received a discounted rate from Clearview Eye and Laser Medical Center in San Diego to facilitate this post series about laser eye surgery. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Medical procedures vary between patients so please seek a personal consultation with Clearview to see if you are a candidate for LASIK.

When I went for my three month post op appointment, Dr. Sandy T. Feldman commented on my beaming smile. She knew! She knew how happy this one thing is. Being able to see clearly without glasses or contacts? It’s truly a life changing event. I’m seeing clearly. I’m feeling more adventurous. And I definitely have more time and less hassle.

My successful LASIK surgery results are allowing me to do things I’ve never been able to do before! Here are a few things that I’m able to do now that I’ve had my LASIK surgery.

I Can Swim and Play in the Water

This was one of the things I’d mentioned in my post-surgery article. I wanted to be able to enjoy the Disney World water parks with my family on our trip. And I totally did!

Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon are the Disney World water parks. Find out all the tips on visiting these water parks in Orlando with information on what to do, what to skip and how to have the best time with everyone in the family (including tips for toddlers)

In the past, you wouldn’t have found me anywhere at a water park except for in a lounge chair or maybe the lazy river. Wearing my contacts, I would have been too worried about getting spray in my eyes to ever brave a water slide. And if I’d been wearing my glasses, I would have hated having them splashed with water every three seconds!

Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon are the Disney World water parks. Find out all the tips on visiting these water parks in Orlando with information on what to do, what to skip and how to have the best time with everyone in the family (including tips for toddlers)

But as you can see from the photos, I did everything at the water parks and had a fantastic time. Since returning from my vacation I’ve been spending nearly every day in the pool, swimming alongside my kids. I’m finally enjoying my life and not wasting it, sitting on the sidelines.

I Can Pack Lighter

Another post-op wish was that I’d never again have to worry about packing all my eye care essentials when traveling. It was a blessing to pack my vacation luggage and not have to bring the giant jug of contact lens solution, the contact case, the cleaner, my glasses, my glasses case and my glass cleaning spray and cloth.

I Can Go Straight to Bed

It’s still the strangest feeling to put on my pajamas, brush my teeth, wash my face and get into bed without having to remove and clean contacts. My vision had been so bad, I always had to keep my glasses on the night stand “just in case” I needed to get up in the night.

I Can Skip the “Morning Contacts” Routine

And what do I see when I wake up  in the morning? An alarm clock that I can actually read! I jump out of bed and go about my day. No need to ever think about putting on my glasses or inserting my contacts again. It’s a very special feeling to know that these are MY EYES and my clear vision is ALL ME!

Want to follow my LASIK story? Here are the two posts prior:

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