Discount Glasses for the Family

DiscountGlasses.com Boys Frames

As you might know, we have a new glasses-wearer in the family. Our youngest son got his glasses at the beginning of this school year. He’s done a great job at taking care of them, but I always like to have a backup pair of glasses on hand in case something happens.

Because something always happens. You know.

I recently discovered an online store for glasses and contacts that carries some great name brand frames. DiscountGlasses.com even ships straight out of Columbus, Ohio, meaning we can get our glasses super quickly—which is great if you forget to have a pair on hand. Other companies can take up to 24 days to ship.

I went looking for some options for our son and found a number of great frames. I was pleased to see frames from Skechers, Realtree, and Tony Hawk; he was pleased to see glasses in fun colors and the shape he likes.

DiscountGlasses.com Boys Frames

I was also pleased with the prices. A lot of glasses start at $9.95 and these name-brand ones were super affordable! Why yes, I’ll pay $60 for fancy, boy-approved frames. Sure will!

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For myself, I treat glasses as an extension of my wardrobe, much like my jewelry. I currently own six pairs of glasses that rotate based on what I’m wearing. The real test would be whether I could find frames I liked or not.

DiscountGlasses.com Womens Frames

I mean, I can get rhinestone cat-eye glasses AND green ones! That’s a mark of success in my book. I loved their brands as well, which even include Cover Girl and Hello Kitty FOR ADULTS. How fun is that?

To boot, DiscountGlasses.com offers free shipping, both to and from if you should decide you don’t like your glasses. I love free shipping, especially if offered on returns. Can’t go wrong there.

I also like that their sister site, DiscountContactLenses.com, has lowest prices guaranteed AND the same shipping policy. My husband, who doesn’t much care about glasses but does wear contacts, and I will definitely be taking advantage of those prices. We predict our older son will need glasses at some point as well, so saving money on contacts for all four of us at some point seems like a good deal!

If you’re looking to save money, get a backup pair of glasses in the house, or just like wearing super cute glasses, I’d recommend checking out DiscountGlasses.com. I predict the younger son will be sporting a cool new pair sometime soon and, well, as soon as I can decide between rhinestone cat-eyes and super fun green frames, I’ll probably have a pair on the way, too!

(Sponsored post. All opinions are my own.)

 

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Breaking Bread with Brooke Burke Tongue Twister – #BBwBBChallenge

Breaking Bread with Brooke Burke

Breaking Bread with Brooke Burke

“Food connects us all to family, friends, culture, and traditions.”

This is the quote that starts off the new series, Breaking Bread with Brooke Burke. I couldn’t agree more. Especially during this time of year.

I’ve been missing my grandmother more than usual right now; it’s our second Christmas without her. As I start baking cookies and planning both a Christmas Eve and Day meal, I find myself frequently reaching for the phone to ask her a question, share a new tip, or celebrate a new kitchen triumph. Or travesty. Those happen, too. I think she’d be proud of the culinary accomplishments I’ve made since she passed away. I know she’d love her dining room suit in our dining room; we currently have the table covered in one of her Christmas tablecloths.

In the first episode of Burke’s new show, she features Florence Henderson of The Brady Bunch. Henderson then shares stories about food at a restaurant her family has come to love over the years. I love the stories that come out over food. There’s not a dinner with my family that doesn’t end up in a storytelling session, full of loud laughter and occasional name-calling. Because, you know: family. As Henderson said, “When you’re eating, defenses come down!”

I really like how Brooke Burke is merging both food and storytelling with this new show. It gives us something to connect to instead of just your typical food shows. I love storytelling!

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Breaking Bread with Brooke Burke Tongue Twister Challenge – #BBwBBchallenge

I also love trying to say the name of the show. It’s a tongue twister. See for yourself.

So, Hallmark asked us to make our own video. Fantastic.

You’re welcome.

You can also create your own video and submit it for a chance to win some pretty snazzy prizes. Can you beat me not being able to count? Try it and see.