Congratulations. You just received your first unnecessarily complex prescriptions.
What you describe is a pair of bifocal glasses with a tiny touch of astigmatism.
(CYL is astigmatism. 0.25 cyl = 0.125D sph => totally negligible; add means bifocal glasses,0.5D less for reading at the bottom of the lenses; 0.25 sph difference simply means the natural eye dominance for most people)
If these were my eyes with my prescription, I wouldn’t order the glasses and I wouldn’t wear them. Because my work is laptop based, I’d check if I could see the monitor without any corrections at a reasonable distance. For me that starts at 50cms. If yes, I wouldn’t wear glasses while working, if no, I’d order very weak equal sph only differentials that I’d determine based on cm measurement over 2 weeks. For distance I’d order glasses with equal lenses, no cyl, no add, sph only with -2D or -1.75D - depending on repeated checks on Snellen on different days at different times with different lights.