When was the last time you tryed to thread a needle?
Over 40...forget it,
Or tried to spell, for that matter.
There are needle threaders, but my reading glasses help me see well enough to take care of it.
49 here, did it two weeks ago to sew a button on a shirt. My mid-range vision has gone to hell, though.
Needle threaders are so much easier to work with OP go get yourself one, they sell them at any fabric store or maybe even K-Mart.
What the hell happened to my vision?
I had to buy the 1.00 vision glasses you get at the local drug store.
I have been warned about greying hair and PUBS, but damn, I didn't know reading medicine bottles becomes impossible. I just take 2. I just figured the people I saw had really bad eyesight.
what else can I expect, my elder Dataloungers?
Please be gentle.
I can barely thread a needle anymore.
One that nobody ever warned me about: back flab! And I was never fat. I loved my muscular, lean back and all of a sudden, there was flab hanging down! awful.
Yeah, I stopped reading books for a few years.
Never needed glasses until my 40s. No sometimes I catch myself dreaming through my presbiotic corrective lenses
hugs r8 and r9, sounds like we are riding the same journey together.
[quote] I have been warned about greying hair and PUBS
Last week, and I just spotted a rip on my slippers that needs work.