Dad: Well, Tia Carmen spent all day pointing out blotches and stains on the walls. Baldo: Sounds like we need to do some painting, huh? Dad: No... Dad: She just had to clean her eyeglasses.
It depends on your age. Past 50 or so, you should have your eyes looked at by an ophthalmologist once a year, for early signs of cataracts, glaucoma, for retinal changes. (This is especially true if you’re a smoker.) These things can sneak up on you, but they’re manageable if they’re caught early…and devastating if they’re not.