My husband never had any trouble with his eye sight until about a year-and-a-half ago when he was having trouble reading. I can't tell you how frustrating it was (and is) for him to suddenly have trouble seeing clearly. Seeing clearly is not something to be taken for granted. He started with a "regular" pair of glasses, wore them for a couple months and honestly was never really pleased with them. Then he ordered a pair of Transitions and has been thrilled with them ever since. The only time he is not happy is when little one grabs them off his face, thinking it is some sort of game! ;)
Think of all the "little" things that you see everyday that make you smile. Your baby's toes, the brilliant colour in a flower growing outside your window, seeing the look on your child's face when they have made their first batch of cookies! Watching baby's first step, or your oldest graduate from college and watching glorious sunsets with your husband. I could of course go on and on, the amazing sights to be had are endless.
What "simple" sight makes you smile?
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We are so excited for the Taste of Chicago Food Festival, it is absolutely fantastic! After the food festival, we are going to one of our favourite museums, The Field Museum and right next door is Shedd's Aquarium. Lincoln Park Zoo is a must only after you have gotten fresh farm veggies from Green City Market! In my opinion, one of the best farmers market in the country.
Join Transitions Optical in partnership with Vision Works for gourmet food, live music and fun for the whole family at the Taste of Chicago Festival on July 11-15, 2012! Attendees can come by their booth for the Ultimate Sightseeing Experience including free vision screenings for the whole family and the opportunity to get your photo taken in front of a scenic backdrop. Find out more here!
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