Some people see into the future. I see into the distance.
Thanks to my new glasses.
Not that I couldn’t see into the distance before, just that my old prescription was too strong for my older eyes, which are stronger.
Simply put: I didn’t need to go the extra distance.
Now that I have one pair for distance and one for reading, I have graduated to new heights (I mean, new sights). But I can’t help but be nostalgic for the not so distant days of having one pair of glasses for everything. In my ideal world (read: myopia utopia), I’d have one pair for everything.
Many years ago, when I envisioned vision changes, I assumed I’d get Progressive lenses. I thought Progressives would be a fitting way to complement my progressive nature.
But when I learned that Progressives are difficult to adapt to, and some never adapt, I shuddered. I decided two pairs were the way to go.
What’s great about the revision to my vision is I can read with my distance pair, my reading glasses, or without any glasses at all.
All in favor say eye(s).