It was a moving adventure--officially known as an Equi-test.
(If you're here from a linky party, you might want to skip this post and move on to the quilt posts!)
It's the only machine like this in the entire state and was developed for NASA back in the 50's and 60's but now has medical uses.
The fact that I did not do so well with my eyes open documents some of the problems I'm having with visual processing.
I also saw the speech therapist and began testing for my evaluation--and burst into tears after the third little test (in which I had to perform a task by listening to numbers, and pushing a button when I heard two numbers, the second of which was one less than the first, and sorting that information out from background noise). Hmmmmmmm....that says a whole lot right there. Next week: more tests in a bunch of areas and a bit of therapy if I'm lucky. Guess I have a new almost-full-time job that I would never have guessed I'd have!
Hopefully, I'll fit in at least a little quiltmaking......
I'm linking to Karen's Find a Friend Friday. According to one of my best friends, I'm much less social since the kick in the head! I hope any new visitors read beyond this post to the real quilting stuff. (I didn't even have a label for this one, and my brain isn't up to creating one--besides, who wants more adventures like this anyway!)