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Reading Glasses

images-1How many pair of reading glasses do you own?  I have six pair sprinkled all over my house.  One pair is on the nightstand, of course, for reading at night.  One is on the dresser for when I can’t find the pair on the nightstand. One pair is on the desk and another is on a tray on the bed in the den/second or guest bedroom/ office with the desk.  One pair is by the telephone on the kitchen counter.  One pair is on the table in the entry so that I can see who sent me what when I take in the mail.  One pair is supposed to be wrapped around my neck as my latest and most valuable accessory.  I told you in a beginning blog, you don’t need the jewelry, but you need the accessories.  This one is a big brass circle strung on a heavy piece of leather and its sole purpose is to hold the pair of eye bobs I treated myself to and that you can buy on amazon.  This pair should be sewn into my chest because even with all the pairs that are placed strategically throughout the house, inevitably, when I have to give my credit card info, I can never find a single one of them.  I get so frustrated that I go out and buy yet one more pair of glasses that gets misplaced even though I placed it very carefully in a most obvious place!  Reading glasses have replaced socks as the most MIA item in my very organized and meticulously neat house.

Do you have the same problem?  How many pairs do you own?  How minutes a day, week, a month, a year do you spend looking for them?