If it is true, and she's lost all sight in that eye, she WILL eventually adjust. We'll need to adjust as well. Before I walk over to pick her up, I talk to her and make sure to touch her side so she knows I am there.
She had an injury to the area below her chin. With the hot, muggy weather lately, it was important to keep it bug-free. I slathered triple antibiotic ointment on it twice daily to keep it from blood sucking bugs. It's healed over now, so that's another thing that will make her feel better.
I've also decided to use smaller needle to make a more firm fabric and to make the inner part about 1" longer to accommodate the ipad and the case. I'm also forgoing the start at the end-knit to the other end as it's a pain in the ass. I'm starting it at 1/3 the way in and will pick up the stitches to make the other end. I know, hard to explain, easier to knit.
The ipad was courtesty of a Wisconsin Higher Education Grant that I got last semester. Part of it went to the ipad, which I use all the time at school. I have an app on it called TopNotes that allows me to use my stylus to write notes in class and draw pictures. It's only limitation is that it does not draw circles, squares, etc...which would be really good for Trig.
Look for that redesign pattern soon.