I can see stuff now.
It's crazy awesome.
Actually, it's kind of scary to see how much detail there actually is on everything. Very off-putting.
No, I don't have a picture because it is the morning and my hair is wet and instead of looking like a seductive librarian I resemble a wet-headed tired lady, but trust me when I say that they turned out awesome.
The frames feel kinda cheap, but you know what? They WERE cheap, so there.
Now I just need my glasses chain and I'll be all set to take over the world.
Life is but a dream.
PS: I don't want to be all salesperson-y, but clearlycontacts.ca is clearly (ha! Puns!) awesome. I got a pair of glasses including lenses for $55, and they sent me a complimentary pair of super-ugly sunglasses (sweet! So ugly!) and a keychain thingy that has a little tiny screwdriver set for glasses repair. For reals! It's like they care about me as an individual person or something. Also, leads me to wonder how cheap all these products really are that they can send me so much for free, because they also gave me a gift card for a completely free pair of glasses? WHAT? I'm supposed to give them to someone, but I'm thinking of just ordering a second pair as a back-up or something.
PPS: I'm going to go make myself some breakfast now, wearing the glasses so I see every detail of what I make. So educational!
PPPS: Eggs are supremely gross. Never again.