A Julie Barbera post:
Imagine that it’s that time of year again. You have to go to the eye doctor for your yearly exam. If you are like me, you hope that your vision improved. At the very least, you hope that it didn’t get worse.
The doctor does an exam, and you find out that you need to adjust your prescription. You are nearsighted. This allows you to see clearly when objects are up close. The new lenses will help with your long distance vision. Reading is also a challenge, so the doctor hands you an order for bifocals…