As I anticipated the delivery of my order from Readers.com with great enthusiasm, passion, fervor and gusto, my domestic associate thought that rainbows leap from my eyes; that I was acting as would a nine-year-old who was expecting a pony for Christmas. rnrnFinally, but as agreed, my order arrived.rnrnNow, I lounge comfortably in front of the hearth, seated in my oversized throne-like Captain Kirk chair, my hands clasped atop my kettle-drum midriff, a bloated parody of a social being, contemplating my new optical products; the dark brown and tortoise colored Actor Bifocal, which blends a round optical quality plastic frame shape with touches of tortoise and flat top bifocal lenses for a combo that I couldnâ€™t pass up; where the top of the lens are unmagnified, while the bottom of the lens is magnified precisely with the power which I specified in my order and alternatively, my tortoise and gold colored York Bifocals, the browline reading glasses which feature a metal-plastic combo frame, wider fit and adjustable nose pads, both from Readers.com. I realize that they are more than just couple of pair of simple eyewear products, that they are metaphors of something else: perhaps trust, or freedom, or faithfulness, or joy, or any of the other things that a viewing the world through affordable, stylish vision aids can symbolize. rnrnMy life now flows copiously and with great florid touches; Iâ€™m figuratively skipping through meadows bursting with ubiquitous, picturesque, thriving flowers while iridescent butterflies dance through the air to the sweet songs of larks and robins and blue-birds and bright yellow warblers and the bees are making better honey and the world is a place of rejoicing. I appreciate that another day has come and gone where no war has broken out, no new dictator has set himself up and no particularly disgusting scandal has been unveiled in the worlds of politics or finance or race relations while I sit here, ensconced in my chair, eyes unblinking - in the manner of Abe at the Lincoln Memorial, my face enveloped by my new optical eyewear from Readers.com.rnrnIf a pair of reading glasses, obtained on-line from Readers.com, isnâ€™t heaven, then I donâ€™t want to die.rn
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