It’s the simple things Joan Collins misses — driving, looking over the labels at grocery stores, reading her mail.
A worsening eye condition has made it impossible for the 92-year-old Richmond woman to do those tasks, chipping away at her independence. “I couldn’t do anything. I would have to have somebody to take me to the store or doctor’s appointments or anything. I do not call on my family, because they are busy also,” Collins says.