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When Nikki Glasser finally gets her glasses, she’ll be able to see her future without them

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Updated July 27, 2018 12:20:00 Nikki Glassman is one of many young people who are going to need a new set of glasses when she gets them.

Glasser, an award-winning artist and filmmaker, and her friend and mentor, Nikki Viteri, a screenwriter and director, started the Glass Bongs project in March 2016 to help young people with the transition from being glasses-free to seeing their true potential.

It’s an ambitious idea, but Glasser and Viteris goal was not only to help people with vision loss, but also to educate them on how to better their vision, and how to find an affordable set of eyewear that would help them achieve this vision.

“I wanted to be able for them to go to a store and buy glasses and see the future and not be forced to go and buy these expensive glasses,” said Glasser.

“I really want to empower them.”

The first pair of glassesGlasser and her friends have been using Glasses to make movies and TV shows since 2012, when they were invited to the 2016 Sundance Film Festival by a friend of the director.

They’ve been sharing their progress on social media since then, sharing the stories of people who were having success with their vision loss and the glasses, which were very comfortable and made it easier for them.

“We have all been very successful and we have all had a great time doing it,” said Viterist.

“But it’s been a slow transition, especially for us.

It’s been an uphill battle.

The glasses were really comfortable and they made it really easy for us to see.

And it was also really hard for us, because we were using prescription glasses, and it was really hard to find a good prescription,” said the pair.

Glassman has been using glasses since she was in grade school, but the process of getting them was never easy.

She had to get a doctor’s note and pay for a prescription.

And she had to pay for the glasses through an online store, and she couldn’t find one that was affordable for her age.

“There’s no online store that would give us the cost that we needed,” she said.

“And I have to go back and ask, ‘Are you sure you need this?’

I couldn’t figure out the price for my prescription glasses until I was a teenager.”

After much research, Glasser found a company that made a set of prescription glasses that were made with high-quality materials and at affordable prices.

But that company is also one that Glassman says she was told was going to close their doors.

“They said that we would be shutting down by October,” said glasser.

Glassers company has a new name, Nikki Glasser Glasses, and Glasser says that is where her focus will be now that they are finally closing the doors.

She says that she and Vizer have been told that the company has plans to close on October 18, but they have not confirmed this yet.

“The idea is that we are going back to the drawing board and start to look at alternatives to the prescription glasses,” she told ABC News.

“We are going out on the road and working with other companies that offer the same set of options.”

Nikki Glasses first set of Eyewear, a set made with very high quality, has been selling for about $1,500.

“It’s been really hard, but we’re just excited to finally be able be the first person in this industry to be offered a set with the same quality and at the same price that we were able to pay, and that was a really difficult decision,” said Nikki.

The two have been working with several other companies and have found several different options that are affordable for young people.

“At first, it was a little bit frustrating to not be able go to the store and see if I could get one,” said Nikki.

“Then, it became a lot easier to just go to their website and look at their prices and see how much they would cost.”

For Glassers friend and collaborator, Glass Bong, the idea of buying a pair of new glasses was not a bad one.

“That was really important because it was the beginning of a journey for me.

I wanted to make sure that my vision was not going to be compromised.

I didn’t want to have to have the glasses in the future, I wanted them to be the way I see them now,” said Bong.

Glass Bong is one in a growing number of people in the world who are using Glass to find the affordable glasses they need to achieve their vision goals.

“You can go to your doctor, you can get a prescription, you pay for it through your insurance, and you go out and buy your glasses.

It really gives you a lot of freedom,” said

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