I've done that. I also have the bad habit of setting them down in some unusual place and then can't find when I look for them as I can't see worth beans without them -- I'm folding and crunching to try to help prevent stories like »Update on my son who has cancer
I've never done that before. But last night when I went to bed I couldn't figure out why I couldn't get my head comfortable when I realized I had forgotten to take my glasses off. -- TH ~ NE ~ EPN ~ NC ~ TD
What I don't like is when I lose them. I set them on the bed at night to sleep and when I reach for them when I awaken, they aren't "there". Sometimes they fall on the floor, but since I can't see to find them, aw shucks!
Lucky you.. I don't need them for reading, but I do need them for anything else.. I can get around the house etc. without glasses but anything farther than about 6 feet starts to blur. It's a pain because I tend to leave my glasses on the desk at work while doing computer work and reading the paperwork that goes with it.. When putting away the car parts, I have to leave my glasses off so I can read the small part numbers and also where they are on the shelves to put them in the proper spot.. -- You don't quit playing 'cause you're OLD. You're old BECAUSE you quit playing!!
I take my glasses off to read, too. And I rarely wear them around the house since it's only things at a fair distance that I need them for. On Thursday night I took them off at a restaurant ... and since I wasn't driving, didn't notice that I left them there until Friday morning. Good thing the restaurant is only about 4 blocks from work ... -- And many are the dead men, too silent to be real. - G Lightfoot