He loved the simple irony of it all. His vision was failing in one eye, likely might in the other, from macular degeneration. There was a hole in his vision thanks to his macula and geographic atrophy. And being a man of words he knew the best way to describe that spot, that hole, was to say his vision was maculate. It was just the most immaculate description he could imagine.
“There was a hole in his vision thanks to his macula and geographic atrophy.” Well said, Lou. Geographic atrophy and amnesia are common ailments. 😉
I have first hand knowledge of GA on one eye. It’s a trip.
Sorry to hear that, Lou. Wish they had a cure.