Those cheating eyes
Because I didn't want to wear glasses, I cheated at the school eye-test:
I memorised the text of the small-print reading test. It went like this...
- Hope, they say, deserts us at no period of our existence. From first
- Years afterwards, those words were still with me. But where did they come
from? Thanks to a search engine and an e-text, I now know the answer: the
opening words of Chapter II of Virginibus Puerisque by Robert
Louis Stevenson. Isn't technology marvellous. Oh, and er, yes - I do now wear