Earlier in the year, after suspecting for sometime my long distance sight is not quite what it should be, I was prescribed glasses. What a difference it has made too - I can now clearly see the numbers on the back of a football shirt to know who I'm shouting at when I need to.
Overall. I have been very surprised as to how well I've adapted to wearing double glazing. In the past I've dreaded the time and thought I would be very self concious of the fact. I didn't want contact lenses as that would be too much of a faff and so resigned myself to settling for the visual double glazing.
The only negative issue I've found after having them for about three months is remembering where I last had them. I only need them for distance and so always have to take them off to read things. I also sometimes forget to take them with me when I go out and for me at the moment, its not cool to tie them to a piece of string and hang them around my neck like any other sensible person would do. I'm actually quite surprised I've not lost them and or broken them yet.
What I have discovered, much to my delight and amusement, is it's added a whole new dimension to my childish behaviour as I have been finding endless opportunities of doing stupid things with them. Once I realised this, I have taken to recording it on my phone. Watch this space for future posts.