Tag Archive: bifocals

Hey! I can see!

Yep, I got new glasses.  Bifocals again, but this time I skipped the whole progressive mess (heh.  Remember that?) and got regular bifocals with lines.  Because seriously, am I worried that the lines will make me look old?  I’ve got gray hair (and no intention of dyeing it).  I’ve got wrinkles.  I look my age.  …

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Randomness

It’s random thought day here at Acme Acres in Happy Fuzzy Land.  Time to just spill my brain onto my keyboard… 1. Bifocals, schmifocals.  I gave up.  I tried getting used to the bifocals, I really did, but in reality I just got used to things being blurry when I looked in certain directions.  I …

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Does anyone actually like their bifocals?

Occasionally I look at the keyword searches people use to get to my blog.  Since I wrote about getting my bifocals this summer, a lot of people are coming here by searching for “bifocals,” and I’ve got to tell you, judging by the combinations of keywords, a lot of you really don’t like your bifocals.  …

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Again

I think my new bifocals are right this time. I’m still getting used to them, but they’re definitely better than the last two tries. I do kind of miss the old days.  The days when I could realize I needed new glasses, go for an eye exam, get new glasses, and see better.  Just like …

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If the glasses of frustration are more than half full…

So I got my new glasses.  Notice how you don’t see a picture of me wearing them? I picked them up in the shop over a week ago, realized these are going to take some getting used to, and they showed me how to look up, look down, how to tilt my head down to …

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It’s Official

Well, it’s official.  I’m old now.  (At this point half of you are saying, “Riin, you are not old,” and the other half are saying, “Well, duh, we knew that, so what’s your point?”)  I’m getting my first pair of bifocals. I’ve realized for quite a while that I needed them, but I’ve been putting …

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