So I have definitely been off the pace lately for a number of reasons, however to quote the words of my good friend Haydn, “No excuses – Just results.”
I didn’t end up following through with my 100 days project to the end as I lost control of my time-management and started focusing on our upcoming trip to the U.S.A and then all the time we actually spent there. So what I am doing now is finishing up with all those that I DID manage to take photos of so I can complete it and put it to rest until next year.
Day 08 belongs to a new friend Jay Meyer who I have met through church. Jay and his family moved to New Zealand from North Carolina, USA after he and his wife completed their Medical degrees.
Jay is an eye surgeon (Ophthamologist?) and works here in Auckland at the Greenlane Hospital as well as guest lecturing at Auckland University. Ophthalmologists are doctors who are trained in the treatment of diseases of the eye. Most will be trained in eye surgery and most nowadays have specialised interest in a particular part of the eye, for example, the cornea, the retina, the eye lids or muscles that control the eye movements.