Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Four Eyes

Well, today I am dealing with some ghosts from my past.  Feel priveleged you get to share in this adventure, because it will probably not happen again.  I got out the photo albums yesterday trying to find some pictures of me in glasses throughout the years.  Obviously styles have changed drastically as well as my taste in eyeglasses!  And geez is that a crimped mullet I was sporting when I was 10?!?  Thanks, Mom!

Yep.  I have almost always had glasses.  I got my first pair of prescription glasses when I was in the 3rd grade and I picked out these atrocious glasses that people always thought I was wearing upside down.  I liked them because there was a little picture of a smurf on the side of the frames.  They were pink and blue.  With that said, my own son will probably be in glasses within the next two years the eye doctor said, and I hope I can let go of my own control issues and let him make his own mistakes chose his own style.  It is all a part of growing up and growing into yourself isn't it? 
I posted a few months back about how I had gotten new designer glasses.  If you wear glasses you know how expensive they can be.  We have since lost our vision insurance, and with 3 members of my family wearing glasses in the near future it will be increasingly important that we find more affordable options in vision correction.
This is one reason I was excited when I was contacted by with a special offer for my readers.  They are offering you 15% off your entire order amount plus free shipping on orders over $50 with code FS15.  Or you can take 10% off your prescription glasses order using code Blog10.
They have lots of different designers labels like Coach, Guess, Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani, Tommy Hilfiger, and Jones New York just to name a few.  You can also add any lens customization like polycarbonate lenses, antiscratch coating, bifocal, etc. that might fit your personal needs.  They also sell prescription sunglasses if you are all set for eye glasses


  1. Hey at one time Crimpin was the way to go, all the cool kids had it done. Glasses have changed so much over the years. It is super hard to keep up with glasses and the scripts especially when you don't have insurance for them. Its outragious how much it costs. Neat little site for glasses. Have a blessed weekend.