Big Momma has a new pair of glasses!
I haven’t had glasses since I was in high school when my dad called me Poindexter.
See the similarity? Hehehe.
I have been a strictly contacts girl for years, but some recent allergy issues have me scratching my eyeballs out every afternoon.
I ordered my glasses through a company called Warby Parker and had such a great experience with them that I thought I would share the process with you. They are an online company (although they do have a few locations in the US).
I went to their website, picked out 5 pairs of glasses to try on at home, they sent me the glasses (completely free of charge), I picked the ones I liked and sent them back (again, free of charge), ordered the pair I wanted, and voila, now I have my own pair. The whole process took about 2.5 weeks. I like this company because:
- They have great customer service. When I called to ask a question a real live person answered the phone and was very helpful. They also have replied to my emails in less than 5 minutes.
- They are relatively inexpensive. My glasses (frames and lenses) were $95 – which I will get back from my insurance company.
- They are charitable. For every pair of glasses you buy, they donate a pair to someone in need! (Check out their stories here.)
It doesn’t get any better than that. I already have my eyes on another pair – and possibly a pair of sunglasses.
Breakfast was a little desperate. The only green items left in my fridge was a container of guacamole that expired on March 8th.
I giggled out loud when I read “Avocado’s Number.” That is freaking hilarious. Maybe my dad was right in calling me Poindexter. I risked the expired guac on some scrambled eggs. Very tasty.
I didn’t get a chance to eat the grapefruit until I got to work.
I was the tuna curry girl again at lunch. A great pantry – freezer standby.
On my way home from work, all I could think about was fig butter. When I walked in the door I immediately made myself a fig butter snack.
Dinner was a very different experience. We had savory oatmeal salmon hash (click *here* for the recipe). I was a little hesitant, but am of the “don’t knock it til you try it” mindset. It ended up being super good. I am picturing other combos of savory oatmeal in my future – maybe guacamole oats?
Plus 2 more cookies (4) and a tbs of fig butter (1).
A beautiful outdoor run. Here is my RunStar Ap Summary from my phone:
My speed slowed a few times to take pictures,
smell the flowers,
and try to catch a dog who was rolling in road kill in the middle of 58 highway. I wasn’t successful.
Thought for the day:
Daily points (31) + Activity Points (9) – Eating Points (40) = 0
Weekly points (49) + Mon (1) – Tues (8) – Wed = 42