Driving with Reading Glasses

Well, they're not actually reading glasses. They're bifocals. They were invented in 1760 by Benjamin Franklin. I'm still learning how to use them - 'cuz they're a tool you know. :-)

As I was going down the street I kept looking through the reading glasses part of it and I don't recommend doing that. You pay far too much attention on the clarity of the insignia on the steering wheel and not enough on the road beyond and who's going where when. Life's like that, isn't it? There's a time for distance vision and a time for really looking at the details. Living life is deciding when is the right time for which vision.


Anonymous said...

oh boy !!!I am squinting !!! Mica

Blondie ~ Vintage Primitives said...

Morning, Dixie
Welcome to my world!

"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden