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Dollar Tree Glasses, Spirit Store and Writing

Watching: Batwoman (so bloody awesome!) Eating: Cotton Candy My friend Jen suggested I go to Dollar Tree and get readers. She said they were the cheapest way to get glasses; however, we did go and I tried on all the different frames ranging from 1.00 to 3.75 and they all made my vision blurry. I guess I don't need readers. I'll actually have to go get my eyes checked, which I dread because they blow air into my eyes and dilate the pupils. I hate anything medical, but I probably won't take my anxiety medications to go see the doctor. My aunt says that once I have my prescription, that I should go to Costco because they have the best deals. I've paid a lot of cash for glasses in the past and all I really need is a cheap pair, maybe two pairs to keep in different places since I only need them for reading. I got a notification that the Spirit Store is now open. I love it! and since we aren't doing anything big for Halloween this year (thanks Covid), going to the sto
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