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I was probably around 30 years old when I first realized I needed some help reading. My eyesight, while I could still see perfectly clear anything at a distance, seeing things up close, especially small print, became a challenge. I didn't get glasses or even get my eyes checked. I wore my co-workers glasses when I had to read fine print and squinted to read everything else. But I remember, I was about 35, and I was clothes shopping. I was looking through the racks at one of those discount brand-name shops where all sizes and styles are together and you have to eyeball every item. I found this one shirt I liked, I looked at the tag, and I could not tell the price or the size. No matter how much I tried, it was just too blurry. I stood there and cried.
Since then, I've pretty much worn glasses everyday. Without insurance, it can get pretty pricey. First you have to pay for the eye exam, then you get the prescription, you pay for the lenses, and, of course, you need frames. I spend the big bucks for a good pair, and then I get a bunch of different readers for around the house or for when I go to the beach. Readers.com has great sunglass frames. Their prices are low, and you can get a different lens prescription for each eye (which is what I need.) The difficulty is figuring out how to order two different magnifications.
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