You only get one set of eyes, take them to the best! Consider how carefully you might pick out a perfect ripe melon in the market. Or, you may scroll through page after page of movies on your television in hopes of finding quality entertainment. The search for THE best eye care should be just as thorough, even more so. You cannot judge a fruit's glorious colors without keen visual acuity. And a blockbuster movie must focus properly on your retinas to reach out to you. We willingly make the one hour drive from Brooksville to the shores of the Anclote River. Even though St. Luke's has offices much closer to us. There's something about getting a good eye exam, then strolling the afternoon away amidst the briny bouquet of sponges, Saganaki and the sun's sea dipping end of day. My eyes were the 'focus' of this visit. Just my regular 'getting up there' ocular observation. Everything went very well, despite my apparent lack of eye/hand coordination earlier in the day, when I poked my left eye with a piece of paper. OUCH! Really??? (I thought I'd have to reschedule but luckily all okay!) I must say that St. Luke's COVID safety procedures are TOP NOTCH! Every detail has been carefully instrumented and I felt completely relaxed. Nikki, my optimum Ophthalmic Assistant, took me through the array of tests in a very professional and proficient manner. She took the time to listen to my questions. She even laughed at my jokes. My usual me making a 'spectacle' of myself! My 'orbital' audit was orchestrated by the learned Dr. Streeter. She reviewed & analyzed my test results. She dyed my left eye and confirmed no damage from the rapier edge of my paper dagger earlier. She conducted a few more tests. The results were in, at which time I felt like a 5th Grader, getting excited when she announced my scores. NOT BAD, for a semi-older agewise guy who still thinks he's 17! St. Luke's has come a long way, in a great way, since Dr. James P. Gills first hung his placard on the wall in 1968. Tell them John sent ya! That's a 20-20 decision!