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Sunfire

One Busy Little Bee
QAV-BEE
Contributing Artist
I am working on a t-shirt but the weather has made working on the morphs and things, a bit dicey with my eyes. I can certainly tell my eyes want a new prescription in the eye glasses. (That and I think I may have decided on too many morphs. LOL) Hopefully it won't take as long, start to finish as the shorts did or we'll be waiting 2 years and more for it.)
 

Lorraine

The Wicked Witch of the North
CV-BEE
I hear you! My eyes need new reading glasses real bad. I'm shortsighted and I'm having to take my glasses off and peer at the phone screen close up to read it. One day that phone is going to be so close I'll be cross eyed!
 

Sunfire

One Busy Little Bee
QAV-BEE
Contributing Artist
My mother used to blame the fact that I would read with my nose practically in a book as the reason I ended up nearsighted, but lately I read without my glasses with my book father away than before I first got glasses.
 

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
CV-BEE
I started wearing glasses in my early 20s, but then it was only for astigmatic correction. My eyesight didn't really change 'til my mid-40s, and I only need glasses, even today, for reading and close work. Of course, at this point in my life, if I was still driving every day I'd probably have distance glasses too, but just for getting around where I don't need to read highway signs, I don't need glasses.
 

Lorraine

The Wicked Witch of the North
CV-BEE
I got my first pair of glasses at 10/11 and absolutely hated the way they looked on me but to be able to see properly again, it was astounding! I'd forgotten you could see clouds and blades of grass. My poor mum blamed herself for not realising how blind I'd become but it was truly not her fault...you lose the definition so slowly and don't realise not everyone sees the way you do, especially as a child. I have astigmatism as well, Miss B, that and myopia.
 

Sunfire

One Busy Little Bee
QAV-BEE
Contributing Artist
I remember wishing the front row of desks wasn't so far back from the blackboard by the time I got my glasses, and once I got them, I was much happier towards the back.
 
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