Changes in the light tube exercises weren't that noticeable this time around. I am just focusing as much as possible as making both of the images as similar as possible. The lazy-eye image is still blurry a bit.
What was different was the saccades. I had drank a little earlier yesterday evening (around four beers) so I was expecting the exercises to suffer. Granted, the buzz had already passed. But the saccades were significantly better than any other session prior. Like I predicted a few entries ago, it's around every three or four days that I will experience a session that is unequivocally better than any other previous session. So again, in around three or four days from now, I expect to have another session that is unquestionably better than any previous session.
My vision is still getting better and I am noticing changes as I go about my day, especially as the day goes on and afternoon approaches. I really want this to be over. But at the same time I think I will be a little sad when it's over, because I'm so accustomed to constant friction and adversity, and this constant pestering condition always on the forefront of my mind. It's almost become a companion. But I'm sure that I won't miss it when it's gone.
I just did my light tube session for the night, and I actually fought against quite a bit of hypertropia. It's probably fatigue. But things go up and down.