In my life I cherish my family, my friends and my eye sight! As someone who has always needed glasses or contacts, I never take my eye sight for granted. In fact, I think I take better care of my eyes than a lot of other things in my life. After all, our eyes are the window to our soul and nothing is more important than that.
Transitions lenses would agree and they have set their sights on Dallas and Taste Addison this weekend. Transition lenses in association with Essilor and First Eye Care will be hosting free vision screenings for the entire family May 18th-20th! Just visit Taste Addison and stop by the Transitions Lenses booth for the Ultimate Sightseeing Experience. You get the vision screening plus your picture taken in front of a scenic backdrop! And it’s FREE!#seemoresights
Here’s the info:
Addison Circle Park (4970 Addison Circle Drive)
Friday, May 18 from 6 pm “ midnight
Saturday, May 19 from noon “ midnight
Sunday, May 20 from noon “ 5 pm
Go to The Sightseeing City Tour for more information.
So where are my most cherished sights here in Dallas/Fort Worth? #DFW My favorite would have to be at home with my husband and two kids. I honestly love spending family time here. There is nothing like enjoying a good movie or a beautiful night under the stars in your own backyard. But when we go out here are my favorites:
1- Dallas Arboretum– The Dallas Arboretum showcases some of the best views in Dallas. It’s so well taken care of, there is never a bloom out of place. And the people there are amazing.#Dallas
2- Fort Worth Botanical Gardens – Very much like the Dallas Arboretum, the Botanical Gardens provide a peaceful retreat from the busy world. You can get lost in the gardens and feel at home at the same time.
3- Fort Worth Zoo – I love the zoo and the Fort Worth Zoo is among the best. My kids love the elephants
4- The Ballpark in Arlington – As a sports fan I love going to the ballpark. And the home of the Rangers is among the most beautiful I have ever been to.
5- Southlake Town Square – For shopping, I love the outdoor mall at Southlake Town Square. It’s old-town feel makes it just a great place to walk around.
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