Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Ch-ch-ch-changes

After many months of watching me squint at roadsigns, my husband took it upon himself to make an appointment for me at the eye doctor. I fought it , oh how I fought it.

"Honey...I'm fine! I can see, it's just, you know, sunny! So I'm squinting." (It was night-time).

"Oh Matt, it's okay, I can see, I'm just, uh...tired!"

"But Matt! You won't be able to see my eyes! You love my eyes!" (coyly batting lashes).

He didn't buy it. So last week I went and guess what? I need glasses! After a brief struggle with my own vanity ("I'M TOO YOUNG FOR GLASSES!" Ha...I wish) I grudgingly chose a pair of frames.

As I stood before the vast array of eyeglasses, Matt jokingly said "Oooh I wanna see you in that pair of Ed Hardys!" (for reference...they looked like this)
I just shook my head and smiled. Not my style. I finally chose THE frames, turned to the technician and guess what glasses she was wearing? THOSE EXACT ED HARDY FRAMES.

Oops.

I may need glasses, but Matt is going to need surgery to get his foot out of his mouth.
Sigh.

3 comments:

  1. Don't worry, they look great on you!
    I've had specs since I was 14. Am thinking about laser surgery, but it gives me the willies. Contacts are ok, and the night and day ones are very comfortable, you never know they are in.
    By the way, your last post was very nice, I had to wipe a tear or two.

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  2. I got my first pair of glasses in the 4th grade. Gradually got blinder and blinder. Finally had lasik. Best money I ever spent!

    You look great in your specs!

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  3. I often think that a good pair of glasses can be very attractive. And I agree, they do look good on you. I left you an award on my blog. Check it tomorrow to see it.

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