Cluttercast: Reading glasses

February 28th, 2009

For some reason, I always wanted to wear glasses.   Only I didn’t need them.   20/20 vision——every single time I had my eyes checked.   I kept hoping something would change.

 When I was 30 the doctor told me to stop checking and come back in 10 years.  By 40, he said, I’d be ready for reading glasses. 

I was crushed—and since I loved how I looked in glasses, I actually went out and BOUGHT several pairs with clear glass.  And I wore them just for fun. 

These are not the fake glasses.  These are the real ones I  stashed in every room of the house when I turned 40, and I finally needed them.

(glasses, all between 1.25 -1.75)   


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  1. Cindi
    February 28th, 2009 at 10:29 | #1

    I would LOVE for our missionary in Africa’s wife to have these. While he does missionary preaching and teaching, she goes to the villages with him and fits the people there with needed, used glasses that people from the states have donated. We keep a box in the foyer of our church building so that people can drop their used glasses there. When it gets full, we mail them to her. Her being an optometrist has really been a blessing in his work. She always shows us many pictures of her new friends in their new glasses. I would love for Janet to have these glasses to fit and give to the African villages she visits. It would be such a blessing for the people there.


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