Today, I am grateful for Amazon.com. You can find all kinds of stuff there. A lot of the stuff you just can’t find anywhere else. Like a silicone cuppy-stick thingy designed to make it easier to put in contact lenses. It didn’t work, but it was worth a shot, and since I tried that, I went ahead and tried putting my trial pair of contact lenses in using one of those soft-plastic ear bulb things. That actually worked! So, I’m grateful to whoever, back in the dawn of ears, invented a thing that would one day hold my contacts with a bit of vacuum, then pop the lens onto my eyeball with a tiny puff of air! Now, I can look out on the Blue Ridge Mountains and just enjoy the view. All this, thanks to Amazon.com–and whoever invented ear bulbs!