‘are you kidding me? ‘A touching moment. An 80-year-old man tries to wear color blind glasses for the first time-I can’t believe the difference
- Lee Meason from Springville, Utah saw a video of colors he had never seen before while trying on pink glasses
- ‘are you kidding me? ‘He was taken aback
- “What I saw is different from before!” When he looked at the room, he told his family, looking at the shirt he was wearing in surprise
- His son Spencer Meason shared this special moment on social media, calling it a “great gift”, and his father’s reaction was “a priceless treasure”
The moving image captures the moment when an 80-year-old man saw full color for the first time after his grandson gave him Christmas blind glasses.
Lee Meason from Springville, Utah, was exclaimed in the video: “Are you kidding me?” When he tried on pink glasses, he was surprised to see a color he had never seen before. And shadows.
“What I see is different from before!” He told his family as he stared at the room and looked down at the shirt he was wearing.
His son Spencer Meason shared this special moment on social media, calling it a “great gift”, and his father’s reaction was “priceless.”
The exciting shot captured the moment when an 80-year-old man saw color for the first time after his grandson gave him Christmas blind glasses
The video starts with an 80-year-old man sitting in an armchair and opening a box.
He said, “Colorful high-tech glasses,” with a vague smile on his face as he lifted the lid.
I heard a woman say from the camera: “Yes, I still remember.”
I heard a male voice saying, “They should be cool. Open them and try them on.
Then Meason took out the pink glasses from the box, and said “Wow,” passing them to the people nearby.
He said that when his family told him “they look cool”, he would wear a pilot-like pink shade and “can fly a jet plane.”
Meason put on his glasses, then put them on.
He looked around for a few seconds in shock, and then said, “Are you kidding me?” Because it was the first time he saw color through special lenses.
Lee Meason, from Springville, Utah, got Christmas glasses from his grandson.Saw him open the present on it
Mason yelled: “Are you kidding me?” When he tried on pink glasses, he was surprised to see colors and shades he had never seen before
“What I see is different from before!” He told his family as he stared at the room and looked down at the shirt he was wearing. He said: “I don’t know it has different shades.”
I heard the woman ask: “Are you kidding? Do they really work?
Meason stared at the room, a little surprised on his face.
The woman said, “Look at that lamp over there.”
“Wow, I didn’t know it was like that!” Meason yelled.
His overjoyed family members said they “must teach him colors” now because they started to point out things outside the camera and tell him what colors they were.
‘are you kidding me? Where did you find these glasses? Mason exclaimed again from the glasses, because they all smiled happily, and he kept saying “Wow” and “Ah”.
The 80-year-old man tried to stuff everything in, staring at the room, looking up at the ceiling, and then at his arm and his patterned green shirt.
Meason looked at a book of different colors after the overjoyed family members said they “must teach him colors” now.
His family (photographed with him) can’t believe their eyes either.The 80-year-old son wrote on Facebook that the pair of glasses is a Christmas gift from grandchildren
When Meason saw something in full color for the first time, he was treated as his surroundings
He said: “I don’t know there are different shadows in it.”
“How do they work?”
The woman asked: “I just want to know if they really work?”, and his family couldn’t believe their eyes.
Mason replied: “They did it! They are like this! What I saw was different from before.
The 80-year-old son wrote on Facebook that the glasses were a Christmas present from his grandchildren.
“Grandpa Lee Mesom has painted for the first time!! What a precious special moment! Spencer wrote Tuesday’s post next to the video.
“My father is 80 years old this year. His response is priceless!
“I am very grateful to my children, they have the foresight to send such beautiful gifts to grandfather!” Dad, Merry Christmas! We love you! ‘