While everyone was super friendly & the doc didn't charge me for the contact exam since contacts apparently won't work for me I left feeling a little disenchanted. I have a super hard time reading things that are relatively close up (menus, books, computers) unless they're mere inches away or (in the case of computers) way zoomed in. The optometrist told me I was near sided and this was impossible. Growing up I always had a bifocal prescription because of this and most recently have had reading glasses which are helpful but I don't really like having to rely on two pairs if I don't have to. She offered neither of these options and told me that it must just be situational dry eye. I suppose I should have pushed back more but I didn't feel like arguing more about it. Even when she gave me the card for reading and I said the only line that was semi clear was the 30 I guess she assumed I was lying. Never a great feeling to not have reciprocated trust with your healthcare provider.
Otherwise the staff was really friendly, and helpful in picking out new frames. Super convenient location. I am nervous about my prescription when new glasses come in because of the experience but that's still tbd.