I have a new pair of glasses. Just picked them up yesterday, along with the handy-dandy clip-on sunglasses and the nifty little lens cleaning cloth.
Don't worry. My old glasses are doing just fine. In fact, I'm wearing them now. I got them a couple years ago (remember? I said, "When should I wear them?" and the eye doctor said, "When you want to see better."). Anyway, they're still good for what they're good for, which is reading the fine print, or the book, or the computer screen. Whatever happens to be close at hand.
These new glasses are for driving - so I can see the signs in plenty of time to STOP or YIELD or get into the proper lane for my exit. I wore them on my way to work yesterday and, I must say, they worked great. I didn't run one red light or miss one turn. The only disappointing thing was that the weather was overcast, so there was no need to use the clip-on sunglasses. That's something to look forward to, isn't it?