I took Sarah to get some glasses last night at LensCrafters. It ended up being a larger than expected ordeal. I realized on my way to the mall that the lady at the Walmart optical, where I had purchased Sarah's contact lenses earlier in the day, had not given me back her prescription, which also had Sarah's eyeglass prescription written on it. So, I called Walmart on my way into the LensCrafters to have them fax Sarah's prescription to LensCrafters, thus eliminating the problem of not having it with me.
Except that it turned out to be not so easy. For some reason, the fax machine at LensCrafters wasn't working, so it couldn't receive the prescription. So, Sarah went ahead and picked out her glasses, and we had them take all of the measurements they would need so that when we went back with the hard copy of her prescription all they would need to do would be to enter it into their computer system and start on her glasses.
So, Sarah, Katie, and I all went back to LensCrafters today with her prescription that I picked up from Walmart last night. After about an hour and a half, they had Sarah's glasses ready for her. The frames she picked out are black and bright green. I tried to get her to go with the blue and brown ones, but she insisted on the first pair. Doesn't she look cute?