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Unread 11-13-2016, 09:14 PM   #1
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Default Finding the right prescription

A few days early for tbt

When I was going to the metro this evening it was dark. I saw a couple walk towards me. I asked them if there's an elevator at the metro because I couldn't see it because my night blindness was kicking in. And I had my seeing eye cane out. They said yes would you like me to take you there and I said yes. I thank God for those Good Samaritans.

I was at Clarendon Metro Station

It back on November 13 2013

And now I'm not night blind anymore thanks to the right prescription lenses.
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