At first, I thought I didn't need glasses because I was so used to seeing blurry and I thought it was how people saw the world. But over time my vision started to get worse and we went to see the optometrist (a fancy word for eye doctor).
At the optician's office, I had to go through many tests to see how bad my eyesight was and find out if I needed glasses. the doctor said my left eye was a "1" and my right eye was a "2", meaning I had poor eyesight! It was funny because my brother had his eyes checked the same day and he has 20/20 vision, that means perfect eyesight. The optometrist prescribed glasses and my mommy and daddy helped me find a pair that I liked.
When we got home I quickly put on the glasses and saw everything in such detail! I could see every leaf on every tree and every single blade of grass. It was a wonderful experience.
On the first day of school, I was a bit nervous about what people would think about my new glasses, but people said that they thought they were nice, or the glasses looked good on me. I was relieved they thought these things.
So, if you ever get glasses, don't be afraid about what people are going think. Enjoy how wonderful the world will look when you can see everything clearly. It might be better than you expect. Bye!