17 responses

  1. Dominic
    March 18, 2013

    Tom, you made me a fan of Zenni; with your wild pugilistic lifestyle, (albeit accidental), perhaps a cheaper, yet just as attractive pair would better suited. I could see you in frame number #278521

  2. Anne
    March 18, 2013

    Oh dear! My glasses are really expensive as well and I guard them with my life, especially since I got laid off and lost my vision coverage. Maybe some black electrical tape might be more becoming? Good luck with your hunt for glasses, sounds like this pair is telling you something. :(

  3. Izzy
    March 18, 2013

    spinning down the rabbit hole? sounds like a lost chapter by lewis carroll!
    even with the blue tape, i prefer these to the black ones you showed us last week. ;)
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  4. Jacqui Mckinnon
    March 18, 2013

    Karma, Tom, Karma. This year’s crop will be terrific to balance it all out. Besides, electric blue is so fetching…

  5. Ina gawne
    March 19, 2013

    Tom…that is too hilarious! So glad you managed to get your lens back…and yes you may well be starting a new fashion trend!
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  6. Eileen
    March 19, 2013

    Oh no! :(
    You have my sympathies.
    … and yet another example of why tongs are the #1 beloved kitchen tool

  7. Laura
    March 19, 2013

    One word for you Tommy boy… contacts. And yes I can testify that the multi lens versions do work on our increasingly aged eyes.

    Nice hoop house, love the roof shape.

  8. Mike
    March 19, 2013

    Hilarious escapades. Thank goodness for good friends. While you are waiting for inspiration (or possibly lottery winnings) to guide your acquisition of replacement glasses, play up the tape accent. Find different colors of tape and ‘accessorize’ by changing it regularly. Islanders can pull this off.
    Your hoop house looks fantastic! Harbour House Hotel on Saltspring Island has two about that size on their organic farm. They have not bought salad greens year round for their restaurant for over 3 years now and they are also able to supply several local restaurants and a farm stand in season! (Their maple syrup made from tapped native broad leaf maples is pretty darned spectacular as well…) http://www.saltspringharbourhouse.com/organic-farm

  9. miffy
    March 19, 2013

    I LOVE YOU!

  10. Donna B.
    March 19, 2013

    Wowowow. What an ordeal!
    Firstly – I had no idea progressive lenses costed that much!
    [I just need Hi-index lenses cuz' I'm blind... for the most part, hehe.]
    Secondly – THAT HOOP HOUSE! I think you need to keep us FARRRRR more informed with that! The SIZE alone makes me salivate…
    Uggg… spring needs to get here fast. You have rain right now – I’m under 5 inches of snow still! Curse you weird Northeast weather! ::shakes fist::

  11. dana
    March 19, 2013

    You are so funny!!!!!!! Cannot wait to see the hoop house! This is a HUGE change! What will you grow? Thanks for your great sense of humor. Makes my day! xo

  12. karen
    March 19, 2013

    You know, if you tape up the other side in the same way people might think they came that way. You could just be starting a new glasswear trend…

  13. TasteofBeirut
    March 20, 2013

    I agree with one commenter; assorting the tape to your outfit would be the stylish and frugal way to go.

  14. Anne
    March 21, 2013

    Have you tried JC Penny Optical? I’ve gotten 2 pairs of glasses through them and they were about $350, not bad for progressive lenses and they have a reasonable selection of styles. And very awesome hoop house!!

  15. Erin M
    March 21, 2013

    Okay please do a post on the hoop house. How big is it? What are you going to grow??

  16. Kim
    March 30, 2013

    Tom- I too looked on the Zenni site – #430023 in clear and #246425 tortoise shell . Both under $30 , I totally see you in tortoise shell. Totally.

    • Tom
      March 30, 2013

      Thanks Kim, what’s so funny is I have the 430023, I ordered them as reading glass frames. Good taste Kim! I’ll check out zenni again!
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