I had a very efficient visit to hospital this morning, and only need two more to call it a day. One is for a chest X-Ray and the other is to teach me how to vaccinate myself as I will be getting some extra medication. Oh good, I said.
While I was in there I left my car window fully open. As I waited for my appointment time, I read in the car and forgot to wind the window up when I went for the appointment.
At work we had one customer in the shop and one on eBay. We had another who wanted to return something as he’d ordered the wrong thing. His fault, not ours. We agreed he could send it back and w would refund everything, including his postage, which represents a £3 loss to us. We did however, refuse when he asked us to pay the postage costs of him sending it back to us.
In the afternoon I left my phone when we shut the shop. It seems a little strange not having it, but not too bad. It’s fortunate I’m not a teenager as it would be a tragedy if I couldn’t look at it every two minutes.
Two senior moments in one day. It’s a good job I don’t let it worry me these days, as I am resigned to descending into a bumbling old age. Then, when I posted todays blog, I lost it. It must be somewhere, but I can’t find it. Snatched by evil Microsoft elves, no doubt. So that’s now three senior moments in one day.
Things just get better. I’ll probably get lost on my way to bed . . .
Knowing who people are is my worst failure. I can’t bring names to mind with any confidence even if I do vaguely recognise them.
I once met John Major when he was MP for Huntingdon. When I next met him, (in the urinals three hours later), he was able to greet me by name. I know he probably had a system for doing this but I found it impressive as he really had no need to remember my name.
I can tell you from experience that things are only going to get worse.
Yes, I have the feeling of being on the edge of a country that even Marco Polo never visited.
Getting to bed must have been your only hope of putting a stop to this
Yes, it’s all very confusing . . .
I hope it did not rain and the inside of your car get wet.
No, it was OK thanks – in underground parking. 🙂