At Mini-co-op (still in search of a better name) last week, Mom Keisuzi thought I had hand-painted my reading glasses. She thought I looked like a real art teacher.
Nope, they came this way from Dollar Tree. I own about $8-worth of reading glasses, most of them plain. I used to own some with flowers painted on them (also from Dollar tree), and one day my favorite Sunday School teacher (the one I married) arrived at Sunday School with no reading glasses and no large-print Bible. He borrowed mine, much to the merriment of the class.
I worked 3 tax seasons at H&R Block, evenings, part time. (loved it!) It was not unusual for a customer to go through their whole tax return input with me, then at the end be unable to read their copy - "forgot my glasses" - so I have lent my little skinny metal-frame pair to maybe 1-2 dozen customers. Ya' gotta see what you're signing, on penalty of law and all that, ya' know.
I really like Picnik's 'blemish-fix' feature - you can't even see that I have healed-but-not-gone-yet fever blister right above my lip, can you?Just a little necessary improvement, or I won't post a picture.