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June 29, 2015


Had the fun of picking out new frames for my glasses on Saturday.  Not an easy task to accomplish when visual field issues mean looking in the mirror doesn't give the full visual picture. Found the best way to determine the ones I liked best was to take a picture then compare them.

Option 2 was a popular look with my friends and family but ended up with the final choice that I did due to price and Robert's contributing comments.  I've had the smaller frame style for at least the past 5 years, seems odd to be going back to a larger frame but it does give a little more room for the progressive lenses which I think will be easier in the long run.

Current Frames
Option 1

Final choice

Option 2

Found this article to be interesting, so figured a little reading to go with the new glasses :) Chronic Pain and Relationships

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