What’s that say?

Do you squint at prescription bottles? Try to read that teeny tiny print? Anybody here need reading glasses? A couple of years ago I had to start wearing them. I’d go to critique group at night and because I’d been up since very early that morning my eyes would be tired. I borrowed a critique buddy’s reading glasses. Then I finally had to buy my own pair. Now I have several (as I refuse to chain them around my neck). I found a bunch at Target for $1, so now I have a pair in each purse, near my computer, downstairs by the bed, wherever I might need them. My eye doc suggested I might consider that horrible ‘b’ word. Dare I write it? Bifocal. Ugh. Can’t go there. I have a friend who has bifocal contacts. Not sure how that works or what that would be like. Confusing, I think. My mother has trifocals. Is that my future? LOL!

Anyway, if you do have trouble reading small print, then good news is here! Elvis Takes a Back Seat is going to come out in BIG PRINT!

2 thoughts on “What’s that say?

  1. Anonymous

    I couldn’t read the street names on maps so had to get reading glasses. When I finally got ‘real’ glasses I opted to pay the extra for invisible bifocals…I don’t mind wearing glasses, but I did not want the bifocal reminder! I feel your pain.

  2. Leanna

    My sister gave me bifocal sunglasses a year or so ago for my birthday when we went to Hawaii. So I could read on the beach. They also come in handy when I’m driving and trying to make a call on my cell phone and can’t see the contacts listed. Bet you don’t want to drive around me, huh? 🙂

    Have a great day!


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