Welcome to those of you who have discovered my blog for the first time this week. I hope you are enjoying the recipes but please take some time to search through the almost 5 years worth of posts related to simple living which encompass sewing, gardening, decluttering and organisation.
A break tonight from dinner recipes and photos. We had sausages, salad and sweet potato chips. You need neither a recipe or photograph for that, although I will do a future post on oven-baked sweet potato chips -Yum!!
Sometimes you realise that you have embraced simplicity quite unconsciously.
I bought a new pair of glasses recently to wear when working on the computer. They are the black framed ones at the front of the photograph. I did not notice until I arrived home how similar they were to my existing glasses that I wear all of the time. I had bought them a few months previously and when I looked closely at the two pairs together they are the same brand and a very similar shape.
When I considered this, it made sense. I have been wearing glasses for 44 years and have worn numerous styles, some of which did not suit me at all. These days I can walk into an optical store and dismiss almost all of the frames on offer in a single glance as I know what suits me and I choose accordingly. Buying frames is really no different to any other fashion choice – know your style and stick to it.
i don’t like the non existent choice of spectacles they have now, square, squares & more squares. i had to dig into their drawers for my ever so slightly curved glasses.
glad you found ones you like
i’ve been wearing glasses since my early 20s & i always liked the nice big round glasses as i hate seeing the frames when i look around, so annoying. mine are both purple :))
thanx for sharing
I did exactly the same thing last time for my glasses.