Hello all, hope you are all looking forward to a nice weekend and are feeling ok.
I have a question, has anyone experienced this?
I was asked to read through a document on a collegues computer, I leaned over her shoulder reading, with my glasses on and noticed that every so often a word in the sentence was blurred yet the others following were clear.
I said this to my collegue and she said I was going mad as none of the words were blurred but I could specifically tell her which ones were, depending on where I looked.
Very strange, maybe I am just wierd!
I don't know if we have covered this or not, but for quite some time I have been having trouoble with writing or typing messages. I'm finding that I continually miss out words, when I write or type, in my head I write everything down but then when I read it back to check I've missed words. It's the strangest feeling because in my mind I remember typing them but then when I check they are not there, does that make sense :wink: I also spell words wrong, for example I'll maybe type the word when, but it comes out as hwen or something like that, again when I'm typing it, it's correct in my head but then when I double check I can see it's wrong.
It's really freaking me out, does anyone else have this problem or something similiar?
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