I got to wondering about seeing spots. You see, I have some "floaters" in my eyes and I see spots floating in air every so often. All I have to do is look up and down real fast and the floaters drift off. Where did they come from? Could be from anything, but since I did have cataract removal surgery, I presume it is some small bits of old blood. I also had a partially detached retina at one time and it was laser welded back in place. When it detached, it ruptured a small blood vessle. This is not what I was wondering about. I got a little sidetracked but wanted to give you a little background. So let me get to what I was really wondering about.
I like watching the little lizards (they are actually called an anole) around my house and on the screen and back porch and deck. They change color from green to brown. The males have a bright red protrosion that they can extend from the bottom of their throat area. They are really good hunters. They can shoot their tongue out and capture insects at quite a distance. Now, I wonder, what if they saw spots??? Would they be trying to catch the spots with their tongue? Would they know that they were spots and not small insects? Sometimes I try to chase away the "insects" that actually were the spots that I see. I guess I will have to sit outside and watch them for a long period of time to see if any just try to catch something with their tongue that isn't there. Now, since I see spots, will I know the difference if they are seeing bugs or just trying to catch spots (grin)?
Sorry for stupid blog today, but I do wonder about stupid things sometimes. Now you all have a spotless day today, you hear?