Diary Of An Awkward Teen

This is my entry for the year-round diary competition. This is a time I don't want to forget, as high-school begins in a middle school building and adulthood is less than four years away. Besides most of the names, this is all 100 percent true.


19. New Glasses

A/N: Sorry I haven't updated this book in so long; I'm freaking busy and I quickly made this chapter.

Throughout the last few weeks, Mom has planned on getting me new glasses. The process sounded familiar, like going to the dentist, but even more rarely. We went to the eye-doctor, located between McDonalds and the jewelry store. There, Mom showed me to several glasses and picked two pairs for me. I was more approving of the second, so she got those.

After some awkward bitching on Mom's part, I was called in to the back by the doctor. After following him back, we did a test on my eyesight, both with my old glasses and with my eyes alone. During the testing, the doctor asked me what I saw with both my old glasses and new prescription. It was very familiar, as I had done this several times (albeit in different places). Ammon had already been tested, so we left.

We proceeded to the jewelry store, where Ammon's glasses were wedged together by professionals. From where I was, I didn't see much of the process. But when the manager returned, Ammon's glasses were good as new.

The school year continued, during which time I was opted out of Special Ed P.E., because it was for students who did not show physical ability, not adequate behavior. I was doing fine and, according to Coach Tami, one of the best students.

It took a few weeks, but it finally happened. When we returned to the glasses store, I received my new glasses.

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