My Glasses Are My Valentine


I got my first pair of glasses when I was fourteen or fifteen. I rarely wore them for the first year, which wasn't helpful at all, and my parents' allowed me to get contacts after that. I wore contacts up until I was nineteen and too lazy (read: depressed) to bother taking my contacts out and putting them back in all the time. I decided to wear glasses unless I left the house. That eventually became wearing glasses non-stop, and I'm still there. I haven't owned contacts for a couple years now, and I honestly don't miss them at all.

I could write love letters to my glasses. My face feels incomplete without them.


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  1. Hahah love this post! I don't wear glasses, but when I was younger I used to wish it because I thought it was so chic and stylish. And even today I can sometimes feel that I want a pair, and I know I could just get a pair that are not functional, but I have yet to do so! Xx

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    1. If you really want to try them, you should! They're just another fun accessory to play with!

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  2. This is too cute! I want to read more of these love letters! Lol
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  3. I'm sorry to hear you were depressed Amber, though this is perhaps a good thing to have come out of it?! They're part of your unique identity! :)

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  4. Depression robs us of energy for even the simplest tasks. Sorry you went through such a time. As for your glasses . . . I wish I could pull off fun frames. My prescription is so heavy (and the lenses so thick), that I'm quite limited in minimizing the coke bottle appearance of my glasses.

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    1. Too true. I'm sorry to hear that Alyse!

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