This morning Andrew and I had an eye appt. We went to Lens Crafters in the mall. When we arrived they took us back right away. Andrew was first to be examined He wanted to get new sunglasses today.
After Andrew, they took me back into the room and they tested my distance and shot a puff of air in my eye for glaucoma. All went well there. Then they took me back into a second room, where they had me look down into this machine, that was going to take a picture of each of my eyeballs, so crazy. Then they took me into the actual examining room.
When the eye doctor came in, and shook my hand and asked how I was doing. I told him well. I had no complaints about my vision. He said that is great. He brought down the Sweeney Todd looking machine over my eyes. He had me read some letters all the wall and I read the very bottom row of letters perfectly each time. He said, great you have 20/20. Then he tested my vision when I read. I read the very bottom line with both eyes. he said, “perfect.” One thing he did recommend is blue light lenses. I would wear them when I am on the computer or looking at my phone to protect my eyes against the blue light, which can cause cataracts.
After the examination, I approached Andrew. He was looking at sunglasses. I told him how the eye exam went and helped him pick out glasses. The sales woman also talked to us about the blue light lenses for me. I tried on some glasses, and Andrew I think is getting them for me next month. I picked out Burberry frames. Of course, they are going to cost us 134.00. The frames are what we would pay for, the lenses are covered under our insurance. Andrew bought a pair of Oakleys with polarized prescription lenses.
After the mall, we went home. That afternoon, I went to the mall to get some last minute things, and Drew went to the grocery store. I had to get a couple of things for us for school. We were both back to school on Monday!