Do I Need Reading Glasses?
February 23, 2009 2:24pm CST
You know who you are! You are the one squinting at restaurant menus often ordering from memory. You are the one casually asking other shoppers the price of an item. You are the person at the supermarket holding a can of soup at arm's length to read the label info. You are having trouble freshening up your make-up, or saying, "I'll have the same", at the coffee shop because you cannot really see. You know who you are. You are the person who needs readers. Readers are non-prescription reading glasses, and they make life easier for you and anyone else around you, who have to keep reading everything that you can no longer see. Once you own a pair of readers, you want a pair with you at all times. You will want a pair nearby to sort mail. You definitely need readers in the bathroom to read directions on medications and toiletries. Readers in the kitchen to read recipes are a must. Of course, keep a pair with your book to conveniently get a few chapters before you nod off. Once you own a pair of reading glasses, you will be amazed at the the improvement in your eyesight, and you will want to own several pairs. Additionally, reading glasses are a fashion statement. There are so many styles and colors; readers area fashion accessory as well as a handy convenience. designer, laser or fashion reading glasses are fun and attractive and make a fashion statement whether you are sporting, high design, or totally trendy. You may be pleased at how affordable reading glasses are to buy online. You can find wholesale men's reading glasses or women's reading glasses for a fraction of the price you would pay in the stores. They are so affordable, that you can easily have a pair in every room at home and in your desk at work, and in the car. You will want to locate a quality online reading glasses distributor to find discount reading glasses at wholesale prices. You will find an incredible selection of styles: rimless, wire rim, carbon and plastic, along with bargain prices to suit your needs. One such company is www.CheaperReaders.com. They offer a full 100% lowest prices and satisfaction policy guarantee on all sales, or your order is FREE!
• United States
23 Feb 09
I had a friend like that. She would squint her eyes trying to read something. I don't know why she didn't wear her glasses. She had prescription glasses and wouldn't wear them. We would always kid her saying, you need to stop trying to be cute and put your glasses on you know you can't see. I worked with a lady once that wouldn't ever go to the doctor and get her eye checked she squinted until they closed the company we worked for. Now we are without a job and if she doesn't get another job with benefits she will never be able to stop squinting.
• United States
23 Feb 09
Not there yet (I'm 43.) But thanks so much for the heads-up! Yes, going around squinting looking at everything doesn't make sense, when there is a cure for that. I know of some people past forty who don't want to let go of the things of youth, as the late Les Crane points out in his 1971 big hit "Desiderata."We are not Superman or Superwoman; old age is coming to all of us at sometime or another. Just like in a given year. Winter, spring, summer, fall, and back to winter. The fall of our lives--sometime in our 40s, or 50s--we are going to start needing reading glasses (my mom was 48 when she got her first pair.) But you gotta admit, realising your need for glasses to see things you could see quite comfortably only one, two, three years ago is depressing. But then again, it is a reminder that our life is as grass, as one's Bible may point out.