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Transitions Lenses Help You #SeeMoreSights

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July 31, 2012

Looking to see the world in a brighter light? The first stop may be with healthy vision!

As the Official Sponsor of Sightseeing™ Transitions lenses help you see the world the way it’s meant to be seen! By continually adapting to changing lighting conditions, Transitions lenses enhance your everyday moments so your experiences are more vivid, more vibrant, more true.

Without healthy vision, you cannot clearly see and enjoy the beautiful and amazing sights of your life. One needs healthy sight to truly experience the world around us. Healthy sight is key to truly experiencing the world around us and all that makes up the sights of your life. As the Official Sponsor of Sightseeing, Transitions lenses is thrilled to bring you the Sightseeing City Tour. They’ll be shining the spotlight on the Top 10 Sights to See in a travel video series. Learn more about the Sightseeing City Tour for a city near you.

Check out this video Transitions lenses produced to highlight the top ten sights to see in Seattle, WA, one of the stops on their Sightseeing City Tour:

SocialMoms members have been talking about what sights they’ve seen, and what their vision means to them:

  • Lavonne from Long Wait for Isabella and Nathanael shares her most memorable moments in Seattle. “Healthy eye sight plays such an important role in family time, including the family time we spend on a day trip to Seattle. I am so thankful, and blessed that our family is able to actually see and experience these fun things. Healthy sight is priceless – invaluable – and it can be easy to take it for granted. If I didn’t have healthy sight I’d miss seeing my children enjoy these special places that I grew up seeing. Experiencing it through their eyes now, makes life so much more complete – and it is like being a kid again.
  • Melissa Stuff reveals says it’s crazy to think that some people can’t recognize their child in the crowd. “Today I watched my middle child walk down the aisle to the sounds of Pomp and Circumstance for the first time … It’s crazy to think that some people have never seen their child’s face or wouldn’t be able to tell which child on the stage was their own. My husband can’t make out anything more than shapes further than about 12-18 inches away without glasses or contacts. It’s important to take care of your sight; in fact, my husband is headed over to an eye doctor appointment as we speak.”
  • Bonny Sallee shares her joy about being able to see her family eachday. “Glasses enhance our vision, so we can enjoy the important times in our life!  We have very fond memories with all our kids and grandkids, so we’ll always take care of our sight!  Enjoying all the precious memories you have with your family is important to everyone.  Healthy vision is so valuable and can sometimes be taken for granted, so please get your yearly eye exams!  Everyone in our family gets a yearly eye exam and they know how important it is to see the world!”
  • Dallas Single Mom says memories are essential to being a mom. “Life is full of so many memories and being able to cherish those memories are an essential part of building families and lives that leave a legacy.  As a single mother, it is with great joy that I share with you my most cherished sights and memories of motherhood.”

Visit Transitions lenses on Facebook and Twitter and check out their Sight of the Day Photo Contest to enter for your chance to win the Ultimate Sightseeing Dream Vacation! Learn more here.

Now that you’ve seen some of Seattle’s favorite sights, let us know in the comments section below what your favorite sights are in your city! Leave a comment below for a chance to win a $100 gift card from SocialMoms! (See official rules)

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