After a morning filled with answering questions about the medical history of my eyes, Bhavna and I stopped for a quick lunch before driving back to Skillman. I convinced her to try Bareburger. I had the Impossible Burger on a Sprouted Bun with caramelized onions, alfalfa, Boar’s Head bacon, mayo and ketchup. Bhavna had the queso burger. We both enjoyed our lunch.

Bhavna is having the Queso Burger. — FujiFilm X-T2 + Fujifilm 16-55 mm f/2.8 @ (38.8 mm, f/5.6, ISO10000), Copyright 2019-03-20 Khürt L. Williams

I was at Wills Surgery Center today for what I thought would be a quick morning of tests. But the optical surgeon had a lot of questions, so they performed a series of test. We were here until lunchtime. If you don’t know, I have Grave’s Eye Disease which has progressed to the point where I may need surgery. I’ll know in a few weeks when I return for more tests. The doctors are concerned about pressure behind the eyes. If the pressure becomes too high, the muscles of the yes could squeeze the optic nerve and cause blindness. I have a follow up in three weeks for more tests.

I am looking out at the Walnut Street Theatre through the windows of the waiting room at Wills Eye.

It is my first time dining at Town Hall Delicatessen, a place that I heard about on New 12 New Jersey. Town Hall Deli makes a North Jersey version of a sloppy Joe. It took my entire lunch hour to drive from Iselin to South Orange, order my sandwich, and drive back. The Jersey Joe Sloppy Joe was worth the effort.