Thank you for being an ally! Knowing that there are educators like you makes me hopeful for young people who are trying to figure things out and for other kids who get to see a role model worth emulating. Sadly, we can’t measure what you have prevented by standing up for GLBTQ folks of all ages, but I know you are not looking to win awards. You are doing what you believe to be the right thing to do. I repeat, thanks.]]>
However if you are holding your head at an unnatural angle to read, the placement of the second lens on the glass may need to be adjusted. It is challenging to get it in the right spot the first time. Your eye doctor can change the lens placement. (I know mine would not charge for that change for someone adjusting to a first pair.)
I began using corrective lens for the first time when got bifocals 20 years ago. The trifocals came 15 years ago. After all this time I tend to get vertigo when I’m without them.
I knew you were progressive, Chris. You did not have to get glasses to prove it. Welcome to the club.]]>