Out With It
Because I love and admire my blog readers, all three of you, I feel as though I must be totally honest in order to continue our relationship. So today I am coming out as bi.
I had put this off for as long as I could. I tolerated the uncomfortableness of it all, just to keep my little secret safe. However, I am tired of not being able to experience both those things right under my nose and those that are coming down the road. Yes my friends, I am getting bifocals.
Being bifocaled is nothing of which to be ashamed. I will wear my new lineless bifocal glasses with pride. I will buy stylish readers at the local drugstore to counter the strength of my new contacts which will now prevent me from reading menus and magazines (no bifocal contacts - I do have my limits you know.)
At times there will be challenges. But with the support of you my blog friends I know I will stay strong. Bifocal pride - let's read something together. Peace.
But, the one caveat to them is to be careful going up and down steps and such. My ex fell off a loading ramp shortly after getting his because he misjudged where the end was.
I can't wait for that - not. I'm klutzy enough on my own!
i love my LINED bifocals.
i even have them with those transition tint now.
Welcome to my world, Honey. Now you'll be able to clearly read the list of discounts you'll get with your new AARP membership!
I have never been able to adjust, so I keep two around, one for close and one for distance. Eyeglasses I mean.
Anyway, I have tri-focals ... which is really what progressives are. I would wear contacts, but I can't seem to get them out of my eyes, plus i now have big bags underneath so I try to hid them with frames.