I should get a prize for holding out as long as I did. I’ve snuck by the last few years with dinky readers from the bookstore, but finally, when the horizon started to get all wonky when I drove, I knew I was either near death, or I needed real prescription glasses.
I went ahead and endured the ophthalmology maddening game of, “which looks better, 1 or 2, 1 or 2, 1 or 2?” -— How am I supposed to know? It looks great here in the office, but out in your parking lot, I walked into a tree!
I was rather frustrated about how much I had to pay, and was just getting accustomed to the new glasses, when it dawned on me — now I needed new sunglasses too! My entire world was being rocked! I love to work and read outside, and especially with a computer screen, good sunglasses are a must!
That’s when I found the nice people at Discount Glasses.com (discountglasses.com) who heard my cries and came to my aid. After a quick look at their website, I easily found a pair of aviator style sunglasses that caught my attention.
discountglasses.com bases their labs in the United States (USA! USA!), so they are one of the few eyeglass providers who have the capability to ship overnight to most locations. Not only that, but in addition to low prices (starting at $29 for a complete pair of frames), they also offer free shipping in the USA and Canada!
Look how adorable their choice of frames are — brands like Lunettos, Adjective, and even a special line for children called Picklez. Cute!
A sensitive eye kit is one of the many accessories Discount Glasses has for your peepers.
Discountglasses.com helps the little tykes love their glasses by sending stickers of Picklez the puppy to help them feel comfortable about wearing glasses. Isn’t that sweet?
Ordering was simple, and within a few days, my prescription sunglasses were mailed right to me.
My issue with wearing glasses is having to be stuck with only one style — I mean, do we only have one pair of shoes? (ba-hahaha)! Seriously though, by ordering from discoutglasses.com, it’s affordable to be able to shake it up and get an entire wardrobe of cool, hip, sassy, serious and of course . . . highly intellectual looks!
How about a pair of red prescription swim goggles? They’ve got those too! I think I’ll get a pair like this to look speedy in the pool . . . and to keep me from swimming into the wall (Not that it’s happened or anything . . . cough, cough).
Here’s a cute accessory case on their site I can fill with all my new glasses! It’s only $39.95! Can you believe it?
It was so easy to order my sunglasses, and I promise you, they fit even BETTER than the expensive original pair I had personally fitted at the Dr.’s office. So much so, that I’m planning on getting a second pair of regular glasses from discountglasses.com for everyday wear. Then another for every Thursday wear. Then I’ll get Friday, Saturday . . .
The moral of this story is, don’t be stuck with only one look. Spice up your adorable, one-of-a-kind face, and treat yourself to a new pair of glasses. Click HERE to visit the Discountglasses.com to see their cute styles and low prices for yourself!
This was a sponsored post, but as always, I’ll only speak the truth and feature things that really may be of use to my readers!
Other Recent Posts
The Fairhope Arts and Crafts Festival 2017 was a huge hit, not only because of the great art, but also due to the fabulous weather. This was also a special year for me because it was the first (and hopefully not the last) time I was an official, “author” and got to sign books with […]
Yes ma’am, there actually are rational, common-sense reasons we teach our children manners here in the South. It has nothing to do with tradition and everything to do with making society a more civilized place. And before you think I equate “civilized” with “moonlight and magnolias,” hold your horses — please and thank you. […]
I’m having issues with the program that emails my blog to those of you who have subscribed to receive it that way, so I’m sending out this little test email to see if you get it or not. If you don’t get it — let me know. Hahahaha! To make it worth while . . […]
Someone needs to have a little chat with the smarty pants engineers who are designing the self- driving cars of the very near future. These brainiacs may have solved the problem of traffic jams and the stress associated with them, but they haven’t given one thought to the new problem they’re creating for parents. Sure, […]
Our last name is very rare, so I always have to spell it, and then everyone says, “Oh, just like it sounds!” We did some research, and found that “Tarabella” is even a rare name in Italy. In fact, most Tarabellas in Italy live in a 3 kilometer area in and around the beautiful […]
Talking to strangers and telling them your life story while standing in line is common in the South. Those new to our area are often taken aback by our friendliness and interest in them. Although I’ve made good friends out of total strangers, and don’t mind telling them all about myself, for some weird reason, […]
For you long-time readers with sharp eyes and incredible memories, you may remember seeing this house on my blog before. I loved it then, and I love it now. Guess what? . . . It’s for sale! My artist friend, who has put her heart and soul into updating and decorating this residence […]
Look! I’m the Mardi Gras Queen! (Most fun I’ve had since they installed the round-about in Fairhope!). My report about the Mobile Carnival Museum for AL.com/Press Register was featured in Sunday’s paper as a FULL PAGE story! (Yippee!) When the paper said they’d find a photographer, I asked if Joseph-the-sweet-son-of-mine-and-amateur-photographer could have the […]
My two favorite food bloggers, Lise from Mom Loves Baking and Jenna from The Painted Apron recently featured easy-to-make King Cakes using canned cinnamon rolls. Although I’ve had really good bakery-made King Cakes, they are usually a coffee-cake style, which to me is rather dry. The grocery store variety isn’t anything to rave about either, so […]
Here’s my column for this week. I hinted earlier at an incident where I almost wiped out in front of a crowd a few weeks ago, and here’s more on the topic. Perhaps you know someone who shares my affliction. Bless her heart. (And I can’t believe I didn’t remember to add this to the […]