Last week I went for my annual appointment with the optometrist. (Let's call him Dr. O. He doesn't get a cute nickname like Dr. B.) If you didn't know, I wear corrective lenses. I got my first pair of glasses when I was 12 (for reading), and then in 2006, I was switched to contact lenses (because I had to wear corrective lenses all the time).
On Friday, Dr. O announced that my coverage included regular contacts (or glasses), and a pair of "computer glasses".
"What are computer glasses? Like, I wear them when I'm at the computer?" I asked.
"Yes," Dr. O said. Helpful, right?
"Over my regular contacts?" I ask, not believing what I'm hearing.
So, in order to reduce eyestrain, I have to wear glasses over my contacts. It makes me feel about 80000 years old.
But, I got cute Tina Fey frames. So hey, not so bad.