Tuesday, November 22, 2011

I Can See Clearly Now....



I  can see clearly now, my new glasses are here,
I can see all obstacles in my way*.
Gone are the scratched, and smudged and paint spotted lenses.
It’s gonna be a bright (bright), bright (bright)
Sun-Shiny day.




It has been three years since I had my eyes checked. My prescription didn't change too much, but it is heavenly to have clear lenses. Also, I splurged and paid for 'transition' lenses so I don't need to change to sunglasses when I go outside. Hooray!


Oh, and by the way, if the sun seems blurry.... it is probably not your eyes!


* Just because I can see "all obstacles in my way" does not mean I won't bump into them, trip over them or hit my head on them!!!

9 comments:

  1. Woo Nothing like new lenses!!! I love my transitions!!

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  2. Enjoy your "new" shiny, clean surroundings with your new glasses. The better to pick up manure with. :D

    ~Lisa

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  3. The "eyes" have it!

    Anne

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  4. Glad you are feeling better, glad you can see, and I LOVE those pics of the deer in your last post. Those antlers!!! They must feel safe on your property.

    Cindy Bee

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  5. That is one of my favorite songs ever. I'm glad you got your new glasses in time for Thanksgiving. Better to cook with my dear. Have a great day.

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  6. Glad you got your new glasses! It could be a bright sunny day or a dark snowy one depending :) I hear ya, just cause you can see doesn't mean you still won't whack yourself or fall over... seeing has nothing to do with that!

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  7. Yay! It's amazing how ranch work abuses glasses.
    So glad you're feeling better for Thanksgiving and your family gathering. Bet you're busy busy busy!

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  8. Awesome, I just got new ones last week. Didn't do transitions this time, I will regret it. Glad your feeling better.

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