This is me in 3rd grade, circa fall of 1983, still wearing my 1st pair of glasses. I think I was going for the "let's have at least one inch all the way around my eye" look. I remember being in the car with my dad and him saying, "Those match your hair really well." I thought right then and there that I must've done a darn good job picking these babies out.
Moving on to, oh, fifth or sixth grade when I played softball on the Savannah C-2 team. Oh my. Notice while I went with smaller frames, I got the transitional lenses. Because it's way cool to have your glasses magically turn into sunglasses right before your very eyes.
I'm pretty sure this picture from 7th grade shows the same frames , you just get to see them in their regular glory. What? You can't see my eyebrows? Well, that's because they blend in so well with the frames. And that would be my best friend, Coby. We were on our way to Snow Camp at Word of Life.
A couple years later, early high school, I went back with the gargantuan sized frames again. Holy smokes. Coby and I again on the church bus.
Then there are quite a few years where I'm only wearing contacts. I finally got them my sophomore year. Best. Thing. That. Ever. Happened.
Moving on to 2006. These were my "I'm planning a wedding and even though I hardly wear them, I need new glasses so I'm going to buy the cheapest ones I can get."
And last, but surely not least, the current Trendy Wendy's which now need a new lense on the right. Come on, you know you want a pair.