Hello everybody! I just came back from the opticians, Specsavers in woolwich, and I'm feeling quite low at the moment. It's because I found out that my eyesight has worsened to the point where I should be wearing my glasses everywhere I go. It's a pain in the bum! 1- Glasses do not suit me. 2- I forget to bring it with me when I need it the most. 3- They are uncomfortable to wear, I like it when I can do my shoe laces without fearing it will fall off . And so forth. I suppose it's myself to blame for not taking care of my eyes properly- I spend too much time on the computer. T___T I miss those days when I can just see everything clearly without glasses or contact lenses. Those days were so much brighter! I am seriously considering laser eye surgery to rid me of such hassle of visiting the opticians every year and purchasing ridiculously priced glasses. I bought my glasses for £69 today and I think my heart will be broken a little more when my bank statement arrives. As a student, I shoul be paying less~ Though, however, my day was lightened by a Specasvers assistant with black glasses and an accent who gave opinions about which glasses frame suits me and explained relevant info to me. A very friendly assistant! Kudos to him!
I will be collecting my glasses very soon and I will show you what it looks like. I took 2 photos of me wearing 2 inexpensive glasses frames which were £25 before I did my eye test. I thought I would be getting one of these but I ended up getting a pair for £65. I suppose it's worth paying more as the frame looks better and it's better quality and plus it has anti-glare lenses. I chose the frames with big lenses as it's easier to see around me and plus big glasses suit people with round shaped faces like me. Today as I was only visiting the opticians I threw on a pair of slacks and a green zip-up jacket. I went there make-up less. I'm giving my skin a break for once! I look very different with and without make up, more innocent I would say.
Just in case you are wondering, I'm not a mystery shopper. I'm just talking about my time
at Specsavers :) This is the address:
66 Powis St, London, Woolwich, London SE18 6LQ