Thursday, November 14, 2013

How I Realized That I Needed Eyeglasses

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"Why do all the street signs look blurry? Even the billboards. Wow. The upkeep by cities and towns is really going downhill!" 
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These were the the deluded thoughts running through my mind before I went for my  annual eye exam and realized that I needed eyeglasses. It wasn't the signs! It was me!

I had always prided myself on having excellent vision, usually 20/10. Then things started going downhill in law school. All the reading just did me in. The one plus was that glasses are a nice fashion accessory. Imagine all the cute possibilities! I couldn't believe the difference in my vision once I had my glasses. Suddenly the signs were clear again! Who knew?

That was many years ago when I bought my first pair of glasses. I only wear them for distance, mostly when driving or watching movies. Although everyone tells me that within a few years I'll need them for reading too. Not yet!

Back when I got my first pair, there weren't many options on where to buy glasses. Pretty much we had to go to one of a few local stores. Because there was less competition, the prices were usually rather high too.

Now we have so many more choices and prices are lower. The ability to buy eyeglasses online has changed everything. We can even see what the glasses will look like on us by trying them on virtually. The pictures of me above show how I would look with these glasses from GlassesUSA. Not bad at all!

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