Seeing is Believing — LITERARY TITAN

What do you find is a common misconception kids have about problems with their vision? The MOST common misconception kids have about their vision is they don’t believe they have a vision problem. This is because they have nothing to compare bad vision to. I thought the scenes with Tode at the optometrist were very […]

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Great point.

I can relate. In Third Grade, no adult figured out for months I needed glasses. The teacher kept moving me closer to the blackboard. My mother and her sister were both nurses. At some point, an adult, not sure who, put 2+2 together and decided I needed my eyes checked. Not sure where we drove so far out to find an optometrist, but it was easily an hour drive each way. The nearest big city was Boulder which was maybe 1/3 the travel time.

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