Monday, 9 March 2015

One Photo | Twenty Words

Hoped he might be older.
I was thirteen.
The Brainy One was nine.
Ah, well.  It is what it is. 

13 comments:

Sian said...

We love men in glasses in this house :) He looks fab!

But I do know what you mean. I was 7, TSO was 4, Little E was 3..what can you do..

Margaret J said...

He looks quite grown up and even more good looking x

Abi said...

He looks very smart in them. I was ten. My brother was about TBC's age. He has only just gone to contacts and I am still getting used to seeing him without his glasses on!

debs14 said...

They really suit him! He looks very handsome in them.

ally said...

He looks so cute.

Maggie said...

Smart glasses. I was 11. Luckily neither of my daughters have inherited it

Alison said...

They just make him even cuter looking! Xx

scrappyjacky said...

He does look cute....I was only two!!

Kirsty.A said...

There is definitely a trend
towards giving glasses to younger children. 5 of my daughter's Yr 3 class wear them. Maybe it means they won't need them all their life?

Missus Wookie said...

Very smart. I was five!

Miriam said...

He looks beautiful in them.

Beverly said...

He looks very good in them. The Pirate was 7 when he started wearing his, full time from then until now at 22. He tried contacts once and was not impressed. Even now when he gets a new prescription it is like the world has opened up and brightened just for him :)

Maria Ontiveros said...

And he looks great!
Rinda

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