Ordering contacts would be much easier minus the red tape.
So I ordered my lenses, a long overdue chore by the way, and Coastal Contacts emailed me one of those virtual reciepts and all is cool. Then I get an email saying that my prescription has expired. I beg to differ, I am still blind and that prescription seems to do the trick.
Now, let's go back a couple months ago. John comes in with the mail and hands me a postcard from Sears Optical, it's one of those reminder things that says I should go see the doctor. Whatever, I say, last time he told me that my prescription barely changed. Why should I have to go and pay a hundred bucks to hear the same news? I know nothing's changed. So I tossed it in the trash and then a few days ago I took out my last remaining pair of lenses and decided I better order some new ones before these start bothering my eyes.
I don't want to go to the eye doctor. I mean, it's a lot better than going to the dentist, but it's just kind of pointless.
I know he's just going to squeeze me for cash while he holds my prescription hostage.
But now I'm stuck. I have to call and make the stupid appointment. You know, I'm really not in the mood.