If it’s Kish, the monitor and keyboard are positioned at the front of the desk. She likes to get up close, almost to the nose-touching-the-screen position, when she’s checking her email and the New York Times.
If it’s me, the monitor and keyboard are at the back of the desk, as far away as I can move them. I’m like the squinting guy at the restaurant who can only read the menu if it’s held out at extended arm’s length.
So every night and every morning the computer gets repositioned, alternately scooted back or tugged forward. We’re going to wear a groove in the surface of our desk, but that’s what happens when eyesight changes happen to a married couple.