Okay. So it's come to this.
I wanted some peanut butter. It's natural and has an expiration date somewhere on it. I finally located some writing on the edge of the lid. I wore bifocals up until I stepped on them...well, no. They were my new bifocals that I got to replace my "over the counter" reading glasses that cost $9.99. I did not need to get bifocals. I just thought it would be easier than continuing to use two different strengths of reading glasses, as my optometrist suggested I could do. Wearing them would save me about $300 but I would have to have two pair of different strength reading glasses with me at all times: one for distance and one for close up. I decided to go with the bifocals. However, I broke my expensive bifocals within the first 3 months of ownership, and while I waited to see if I would actually go in to get them fixed, I began wearing two pairs of glasses again.
My daughter loves when I go out with one pair on top of my head and the other on my eyes...well, on my nose...(however she loves it even more when I wear sunglasses over the glasses I'm wearing AND have a pair on my head.
So that's the background. My current reading glasses are starting to get a bit weaker (probably wore out the strength from so much use), especially in low light. I needed to see the expiration date on the peanut butter, but my glasses weren't strong enough or maybe the lighting was bad. Yeah, probably that last thing...
Anyway, I, being the clever person that I am, got out my iPhone and snapped a picture of said expiration date on that peanut butter lid. And then I could just spread the peanut butter so to speak, and make the date as large as I needed to in order to see it without any glasses!
Sometimes I am so clever I scare me.