How was your weekend everyone? My was all good and it ended on a high when a very good uni friend of mine got engaged!!! When she told me I had a little scream and I think the baby did a little kick… maybe because it got scared by my screaming. Who knows but poor baby. So that was very exciting and I am sooooo looking forward to the wedding already. It will be a bloody good wedding that is for sure. Very glad the news didn’t happen on Saturday because I wouldn’t be able to focus and watch The Voice. I was far too excited to even watch TV and just grinning like a mad women but you know how it is. When a good friend who finds someone really great and they are just perfect together, you just cannot help but be super happy for them.
So The Voice, it is still at the auditions stage so noting new in terms of eyewear from Wil.i.am (because they film them all in one go but just show them bit by bit on TV). However, did you hear that Irish guy Kiran? Number 1, what a voice! If you was a coache and could not see him you really would of thought there was more than one person singing. Such a diverse voice and it really was rather impressive and he sure surprised all the coaches when they turned around. Apart from his voice I was of course also busy checking out his specs.
I think the glasses suited him but there was one thing which really bugged me and that was they were slightly wonky. It is a very common thing for us to have one ear sitting higher than the other one, hence the glasses will sit on a slight wonk. However, opticians should be able to adjust them to look less wonky. He may just have very uneven ears so it is hard to adjust but I just find it is such a shame when a pair of glasses are sitting wonky on someone’s face because that is the one thing people will notice straight away, or am I too sensitive to this because I like attention to detail?
Either way, I think it is great if someone can come up with a solution that will solve this problem because I think as a specs wearer that may be one of my worse nightmares. My ears are not sitting the same either but mine are not that obvious and only need a tiny amount of adjustment. In fact with certain frames I wear it’s not even noticeable but for some that is not the case. If you have ever wondered why when you buy a pair of sunglasses from a high street fashion chain and the sunglasses sit on your face funny, the chances are you may have a slightly wonky ears. If someone can invent something that will solve this problem then great. If you want to know if you can adjust a cheap pair of sunglasses then the answer is yes you can BUT it depends on the materials used and how much adjustment you need. There is no way they can be adjusted to the same tolerance level as a pair of specs from opticians, just be warned if you try it!