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General Discussion / Re: Virtual VisionWalk
« Last post by frenchie on May 20, 2020, 10:55:53 PM »
We hope you are doing well! While we continue to live with uncertainty, one thing is for sure, we are counting down the days to our June 6th Virtual VisionWalk!

Sure, this year's walk may be different than years' past, but this year we still have a lot to celebrate. 2020 marks 15 years since the first VisionWalk took place! Over the past 15 years, we've gathered together to spread awareness, have our voices heard, create lasting memories, and make way for a brighter future ahead.

Throughout its 15-year history and through the generosity of more than 200,000 walkers, donors, and corporate sponsors, VisionWalk has raised more than $55 million. These funds have enabled the Foundation to continue to advance its important mission of moving vision-restoring treatments from the laboratory to the patients who need them. This is all thanks to you, your teammates, our donors, and our sponsors! Together, we are making important strides and this year's Virtual VisionWalk will help bring us even closer to accomplishing our mission.

Some more info for those interested https://www.fightingblindness.org/visionwalk
Its a great ccause  8)

Love it!

 8) 8) 8)
Check out Walk for Vision too!
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General Discussion / Re: Virtual VisionWalk
« Last post by opttimes on May 19, 2020, 07:09:52 PM »
We hope you are doing well! While we continue to live with uncertainty, one thing is for sure, we are counting down the days to our June 6th Virtual VisionWalk!

Sure, this year's walk may be different than years' past, but this year we still have a lot to celebrate. 2020 marks 15 years since the first VisionWalk took place! Over the past 15 years, we've gathered together to spread awareness, have our voices heard, create lasting memories, and make way for a brighter future ahead.

Throughout its 15-year history and through the generosity of more than 200,000 walkers, donors, and corporate sponsors, VisionWalk has raised more than $55 million. These funds have enabled the Foundation to continue to advance its important mission of moving vision-restoring treatments from the laboratory to the patients who need them. This is all thanks to you, your teammates, our donors, and our sponsors! Together, we are making important strides and this year's Virtual VisionWalk will help bring us even closer to accomplishing our mission.

Some more info for those interested https://www.fightingblindness.org/visionwalk
Its a great ccause  8)

Love it!
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General Discussion / Re: Social Distancing
« Last post by Catloverxx on May 19, 2020, 05:33:19 PM »
Hope everyone is staying safe and social distancing!

Especially in areas like NYC,etc.  :o

Hopefully it dies down soon but I've heard it'll probably persist for a couple of months at least, likely until the end of the year

 :-\ :-\ :-\

hopefully the second wave isnt too bad  :-\
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General Discussion / Re: Eye Clinic Recommendations
« Last post by Samuelfub on May 12, 2020, 07:27:34 PM »
Try Zocdoc! Its a great resource with a lot of reviews
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General Discussion / Re: Virtual VisionWalk
« Last post by opttimes on May 12, 2020, 03:31:10 PM »
We hope you are doing well! While we continue to live with uncertainty, one thing is for sure, we are counting down the days to our June 6th Virtual VisionWalk!

Sure, this year's walk may be different than years' past, but this year we still have a lot to celebrate. 2020 marks 15 years since the first VisionWalk took place! Over the past 15 years, we've gathered together to spread awareness, have our voices heard, create lasting memories, and make way for a brighter future ahead.

Throughout its 15-year history and through the generosity of more than 200,000 walkers, donors, and corporate sponsors, VisionWalk has raised more than $55 million. These funds have enabled the Foundation to continue to advance its important mission of moving vision-restoring treatments from the laboratory to the patients who need them. This is all thanks to you, your teammates, our donors, and our sponsors! Together, we are making important strides and this year's Virtual VisionWalk will help bring us even closer to accomplishing our mission.

Some more info for those interested https://www.fightingblindness.org/visionwalk
Its a great ccause  8)
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General Discussion / Virtual VisionWalk
« Last post by tomadams_1993 on May 11, 2020, 07:50:23 PM »
We hope you are doing well! While we continue to live with uncertainty, one thing is for sure, we are counting down the days to our June 6th Virtual VisionWalk!

Sure, this year's walk may be different than years' past, but this year we still have a lot to celebrate. 2020 marks 15 years since the first VisionWalk took place! Over the past 15 years, we've gathered together to spread awareness, have our voices heard, create lasting memories, and make way for a brighter future ahead.

Throughout its 15-year history and through the generosity of more than 200,000 walkers, donors, and corporate sponsors, VisionWalk has raised more than $55 million. These funds have enabled the Foundation to continue to advance its important mission of moving vision-restoring treatments from the laboratory to the patients who need them. This is all thanks to you, your teammates, our donors, and our sponsors! Together, we are making important strides and this year's Virtual VisionWalk will help bring us even closer to accomplishing our mission.
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General Discussion / Re: Stay Safe!
« Last post by splatty on May 11, 2020, 02:07:10 PM »
Hope everyone is staying safe in these trying times! :)
Make sure to wash your hands!

 :D :D Stay safe! Hope this ends soon!
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General Discussion / Re: Night vs Day Contacts
« Last post by tomadams_1993 on May 11, 2020, 01:40:16 PM »
I also have experience with night contacts (it was very popular in my school district in high school for some reason). At first I also liked the convenience during sports, but over the years I didn't like the feeling my eyes would develop if it was getting late and I hadn't put them in yet. It was also inconvenient if you were ever out late at night and didn't think you were going to be able to get the full 7-8 hours of wear or whatever. In the end I switched to soft lenses and I honestly haven't looked back. Just my two cents though.

I wore night contacts and though you don't have to worry about them falling out during the day, I think I prefer soft lenses too
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General Discussion / Stress relief
« Last post by Samuelfub on May 07, 2020, 01:52:39 AM »
http://www.snapbubbles.com/

Fun virtual bubble wrap popping for those feeling stressed by quarantine, eye-related illnesses, school finals, applications for jobs, or just life in general  ;D

Reminder to take some time off to de-stress during these difficult times!!
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General Discussion / Re: ZocDoc is Great
« Last post by oddgoose32 on May 06, 2020, 08:43:37 PM »
I use Zocdoc to look up physician and clinic reviews and also to schedule appointments. Very transparent process

Love zocdoc  ;D
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