He loves wearing them, but I notice he usually takes them off before whatever he is working on is done. I think he's just adorable handsome in them!
Thinking of Timeless Tuesday, I decided to pull out photos of first glasses. The hubby and I both started wearing glasses at around age 10. I remember being surprised at just how much there was to see out there that I was missing. My glasses came about because the teacher sent home a note telling my mother to work with me on telling time. She informed my mother that I couldn't do it.
My mother thought that was nuts, of course. I'd been acurately telling time since my first watch (a face with Snoopy playing tennis) at the age of seven. Mom showed me her watch and asked what time it was. I could tell time. She decided to have my eyes checked.
Upon returning to class with new glasses, I remember marveling that I could see not only numbers, but the individual minute marks on the round clock that hung above our classroom door. I don't know why it never occurred to me to simply say that I could not see the clock. Instead, I would shrug my shoulders and say I did not know what time it was.
Hubby's First Glasses - circa 1977
Munchkin #1's First Glasses - circa 2006
This one is near-sighted like her folks. She took to her glasses with glee, as well. It's nice to be able to see!