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Sunday
Jul312011

Boys don't make passes...

The big four-OH birthday is looming for me and someone told my little secret to my eyes, I think. I have an eye exam on Tuesday and will be shocked if they don't tell me that day I have been dreading/excited about is finally here: rhinestone cat glasses time. About 8 years ago, I was convinced I needed glasses and had my heart set on some really funky cute frames but I was denied by my optometrist. I don't think I'll get away that easy this week.

So now I have to start thinking- funky retro? Full-on vintage cat glasses with a lot of rhinestones?  I don't dress that way all the time. But regular, plain Jane? That's not really me either. La Fonts are my super faves. So much so that they were a topic in my very  first ever blog post about successful crafty women and their inevitably darling glasses (but I'm too careless and absentminded to buy glasses that cost more than my first car). So I hope all you friends who read my blog are standing by at the ready. You helped me so much with my business cards... they look so much better than when I started. I'm hoping you can do the same with helping me choose a pair of glasses.

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Angela, you know I'll be no help at all. La Fonts, girl. Only way to go!

August 1, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKaren Poirier-Brode

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