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Wishing our college students a good year

Steve and I are taking our youngest to college next week. I thought it would be easier, since we’ve been through it once and Kaity is going to be in-state.  I was wrong, it’s still difficult to have her leave! It makes me think of all of you going through similar times – some sadness, a little worry, but mostly excitement for our children’s new experiences and growing independence. We wish all of our college-bound patients a great year, and their parents an easy transition!

Shari Mace-Olsen, OD

Shari and Kaity trying on sunglasses in 2011

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Kaity modelling a new Rayban frame 2017