So, yeah, it’s been a while since I babbled my personal bullshit on here. Floaters are little specks that have crumbled off of one’s retina and now float aimlessly around inside the eyeball.
I’ve had floaters and worse eye problems for most of my adult life. It’s not a great feeling when they show up: more damage inside my eyes, no upside. This one was pretty large at first, kind of ominous.
But, soon enough, it breaks apart somehow and becomes more like a buzzing fly. And that’s the problem. I hate flies. When I think there’s one zipping past it jolts me at the core. It’s stressful, annoying, and repetitive.
Some may write this off as slanted a bit first-world. But I consider it more of a personalized medical issue with associated tangents and insider knowledge.
It’s hard to relax with little black dots swimming past right in your eyeball. I’m Zen, but not that Zen.