I decided to see the world through rose-colored glasses. But I didn't read the warning label: "Caution. All red objects will seem to disappear. Prolonged use may cause headaches, eye fatigue, disorientation, and/or apathy."
In Alaska, I was the only one who couldn't see the Northern Lights.
In Australia, Mount Uluru was invisible.
In Bermuda, I got sunburned and didn't know it.
In Switzerland, the Matterhorn was fuzzy and bright pink. I felt a headache coming on, but I didn't really care. I finally took off the glasses and gave them to a milkmaid.
My final stop was the Grand Canyon. At sunset, the sky turned purple, the sun was orange, and the clouds were pink.
"My God!" I gasped. I had worn the rose-colored glasses too long. My eyes had stuck that way!