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Well, I hope you get some cute frames:) Think of it as a fashion opportunity.
Do you wear regular, prescription glasses?I've needed glasses since the second grade, and have worn contacts since I was a high school sophomore. My eye doctor sent me for reading glasses two or three years ago, and while I was initally troubled like you are, reading glasses also let me be the kicky glasses-wearer I always wanted to be. I have a couple of funky pairs and use them only for computer use/reading, so I can take them or leave them depending on how I'm feeling. It's all the fun of wearing glasses, without the lack of peripheral vision!Of course, I also have arthritic feet, so it's possible I'm just deluding myself.TINGB, artificially aged at just shy of 31.
I've been wearing glasses since I was 7 or 8. For years -- since I was 14 -- I wore contacts almost exclusively -- until I was in law school and started getting migraines when I read or worked at the computer too much. So, slowly, I started wearing the glasses more and the contacts less -- especially at work.Finally, about 2 years ago, I found frames I liked, and started wearing my glasses almost all the time (i.e., except when I go out). They are almost exactly like the Tina Fey glasses, which I think make me look nerdy chic.On Monday, I dropped my glasses and the frame cracked -- which was somewhat timely, since I had to go to the eye doctor this week anyway.Alas, they no longer make my very cute glasses. So I had to get different ones that aren't quite as cute. Plus the reading glasses, since I'm not ready to do the bifocal thing yet.And TINGB, I think I have arthritis in the wrist that I broke when I was 13 (skateboarding).
Nothing wrong with reading glasses. At least you're saving your eyes now, rather being blind when you're actually old.
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