Please help me find my glasses + a giveaway
I need help.
I put my old pair of eyeglass frames in a “safe spot”, so that I would be able to find them if my new frames were broken or lost. I can not find my old frames. I have no idea where I put them. I can not remember where the “safe spot” is.
I did find six eyeglass cases. Two of the cases were empty. Four of the eyeglass cases had glasses in them; an old pair of my son’s frames, my frames from 1990 that I was wearing when I met my husband, my frames from 1995 that I wore when I was pregnant with my oldest daughter, and a pair of my frames from California I wore when I rode a horse up a hill.
My new pair of red eyeglasses have the special transition tint added to them. When I walk outside the lens go dark. When I walk back inside the lens stay dark. The lens never go completely clear. If I walk by an open window the lens will get darker. If I am sitting on the floor doing sit-ups under a bright light, the lens go darker.
The company where I purchased the eyeglass frames will send the glasses back and remove the coating that darkens the lens.
I have to find my old frames, so I can see to drive, while they fix my red frames. Me driving without my glasses would not be wise.
Where do you think I should look for my old frames?
Please leave your suggestion in the comments. I promise to look where you suggest.
1. Please share my post with your friends, tweet, call your mother, tell your cousin. I need a lot of help. Then come and tell my where you think my frames are.
2. I will be drawing randomly from all entrants for Learn To Improve Your Memory, a book by Robert Knightwell. Knightwell says: A person’s memory is just like a muscle. The more it is used, the stronger it gets. When neglected, it atrophies and becomes weak.
3. My poor brain must be very weak. I am going to order two books, one for the winner and one for me. I haven’t read the book yet. When the book arrives I will put it in a “safe spot.”
4. Sunday, February 3rd, 2013, at 1:00 p.m EST, I will use a Random Number Generator to choose the winner. That gives you a week to help me find my old pair of eyeglass frames.
Thank you for your assistance. I really do need your help.
P.S. I haven’t read the book yet, but I think I need to. The book above is an affiliate link on Amazon. With four cats, the extra pennies will help buy kitty litter. The book doesn’t cost you any more if you bought it here. Or just wait, you may win it next Sunday.
The book was won by Kathleen Caron, who writes atfull of life: soul food.
The glasses were found on Febuary 14th, at 6:45 p.m. in my sock drawer, eighteen days after the search began.
About Pamela Hodges
My name is Pamela Hodges. I am a writer and an artist. I write to encourage and to bring laughter. I paint cats, draw cartoons and write books for children and grown ups.