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April 24, 2009

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Lisa

I love all 3 pairs of glasses you have in the pictures! I think they were appropriate for their era. The one that seem strange to see now are the huge frames from the 80's.

Rita

Hi Lisa,

Thanks for your comments on my eyeglasses.

Yes, the 1980s are interesting in eyeglass history, with the big frames. I'll add a 80s pair to the post. There's one pair I think I wore for five years.

Rita

reading glasses

I love your tips. Thanks for sharing them. I wouldn't have to worry at all on which to choose.

Vincent Davis

Yeah, buying the most suitable pair of glasses is very crucial, as the person buying them has to wear them most of the time. Yeah, the lenses and the frames are very important aspects. These pointers are very useful, Rita. Thanks for sharing them.

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