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In blurred hindsight, a work-life balance is the clear choice (Los Angeles Times) PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 07 May 2006 19:07
I checked my watch. Perhaps if the traffic was light I'd have time to stop off in Malibu for a low-carb breakfast. I blinked rapidly a few times; for some reason, I couldn't read my watch. My left eye ? the one I used for close-up work and reading ? seemed to have a rippled curtain hanging in front of its field of vision, and even intensive blinking couldn't sweep it aside. I checked my watch. Perhaps if the traffic was light I'd have time to stop off in Malibu for a low-carb breakfast. I blinked rapidly a few times; for some reason, I couldn't read my watch. My left eye ? the one I used for close-up work and reading ? seemed to have a rippled curtain hanging in front of its field of vision, and even intensive blinking couldn't sweep it aside.
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