This Should Be Interesting ….


Somehow, I knew it would come to this. Constant watery eyes, blurred vision, and a deep passion for reading and writing, even when there’s not sufficient light (dangit you smart phone screens). Why am I not surprised that I need glasses? I haven’t gone in yet, but I do believe I’m nearsighted. I’ll definitely have to get some really cute ones! Me with glasses though? This should be interesting lol. I’ll post a selfie if things turn out the way I think it’s going….

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6 thoughts on “This Should Be Interesting ….”

  1. I was devastated when I first found out I needed glasses. But please don’t stress out. Life has been really easy, in fact much easier, since I got them recently!

    By the way – I felt really old when you mentioned reading without sufficient light and then mentioned smartphones in the same thought… when I was a kid I read with very little light all the time, but it was with a plain old paper book and a flashlight! Gah I’m old-fashioned.


  2. I got my first pair when I was 19. Now, at 57, I have two pairs! One for driving and one for reading. I also have bifocals, but NEVER again! I prefer the two pairs of glasses, and the reading glasses I got at the dollar store work MUCH better than my $300 bifocals. Sheesh! Anyway, lots of people have glasses, and you will be beautiful in yours! You will feel much better, too.

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