This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/OneSight.
Boys don’t make passes at girls who wear glasses – A LIE, A BIG FAT LIE
How do I know?
I’ve been wearing glasses for 45 years and I know what it’s like not to be able to see. I remember failing a class because the blackboard was out of site. I remember being vain and not wearing them when I was a teenager, only to make a fool out of myself because I couldn’t see him calling me over.
Luckily, I was fortunate enough to see an ophthalmologist and get glasses at an early age, but there are so many who don’t have the opportunities that you and I do.
When you help the world see better, you help the world live better.
It doesn’t take much to help one of the 1.1 billion who live life in an unfocused state. As little as $10 can help provide glasses to someone in need. The nonprofit organization OneSight is leading the global movement to help the world see and you can help.
World Sight Day
Join me and help UNBLUR Life for the 1.1 billion people who need glasses, but lack access by visiting www.onesight.org/unblur. OneSight has ONE SIMPLE VISION…to help the world to see by providing access to vision care and a pair of glasses to those in need.
- UNBLUR Life… so that children everywhere can see a brighter future.
- UNBLUR Life… for a father who wants a better job for a brighter future.
- UNBLUR Learning… for a child who wants the advantage of clear vision at school.
- UNBLUR Love… for a mother who wants to see her children grow.
- For more information, visit www.onesight.org.