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Re: Another OT

In a message dated 11/22/03 8:38:44 AM, gardenqueen@gbronline.com writes:

<< I gave up contacts too Donna when the ol' bifocals became necessary. >>

Pam, bifocal contacts are absolutely wonderful.  No adjusting!  My eye 
surgeon was always anti contacts so when my mono vision contacts were no longer 
doing the job I assumed I would need to go back to glasses.  Much to my surprise 
he suggested the new b c which were much improved.  I have little nose so my 
glasses always fall to the end.  Contacts never steam up!

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