I don't want to jinx it, but my cat hasn't thrown up in a few days now! I have spend about 10 hours researching cat vomit, and the subject is sooo complicated! Since cats shed even more than normal in the spring I've been brushing her every day with the Furminator and of course getting a golf ball sized hairball off her every day. Then I started feeding her yet another food, one that I think is free of gluten and dairy, cause maybe she has celiac disease (not sure if cats really get that, but they do have gluten allergies), and most cats are lactose intolerant. Anyway, she is happy to not be vomiting anymore. A few weeks ago she stopped vomiting for a week for no reason, so I know I'm not out of the woods yet. It would be pretty silly if all she had wrong with her was hairballs.
And my eyes have been better the last two days so I'm starting to think I just had a sinus headache, rather than my eyes being the cause of the pain. Of course I still can't see well, but I've had blurry vision for 5 years straight, so that's nothing new. It sucks driving on the freeway because I feel like I can't see well enough to drive, but I'm sure I'm safer than most people on the road in Vegas who text while drinking and driving.
I have been completely obsessed with Three's Company the last few months and it's the only thing I look forward to every day. Now it's only on a few times a week so I've moved on to Married With Children. For some reason I thought that show was only on for 4 years, but it was on for 10! That was back when I had a life and didn't have a TV. This week the first season (from 1987) is on - I do not remember watching it then. I only remember watching it in high school. And I didn't watch it in college either, so there are tons of episodes I've never seen. It's weird how different the tone of the first season is to the rest of the 9 seasons. And in the first few episodes Peggy isn't wearing a wig (and she smokes). And Dave Faustino is only 5'3" according to IMDB, which means he's probably 5'2".