Senior moments

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  1. Sadje says:


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  2. Tell me about it. I was too old to be a hippie and I taught the last of the baby boomers. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ — Suzanne

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  3. I left this comment on Ace’s blog yesterday morning, but this excellent (as always, thx bob) Olde Pharts post looks like a good place to repeat it:

    164 Hello. Good morning. Spent the weekend at Mom’s. Always relaxing and enjoyable.

    Fixing my breakfast, I dropped a blueberry on the floor, onto a highly-patterned rug in front of the sink. Lost in the patterns.

    So to look for it, I did what Dad taught me when I was a little kid. I knelt down and put my eye down at the floor level, where the blueberry was easily seen sitting on the carpet in 3D.

    What Dad didn’t tell me was, that could be a lot harder to do in my seventh decade.

    A couple of the replies:

    “Getting down to floor level is tough. Standing up again is even worser”

    “Getting down there is not to hard. Getting back up? Now there’s the trick.”

    Clearly, this is a shared experience! ๐Ÿ˜€

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  4. says:

    So funny, but also so true. Each one rings true for me.

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  5. egorr says:

    Where did you get some of my family photos of me???

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  6. I identify with that last one!

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  7. colonialist says:

    I know the feeling, but my memory is as sound as a . . . what are those things that go like the clappers?

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  8. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
    I can relate to every one of these ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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  9. stephaniedanielsonauthor says:

    Reblogged this on Author S. L. Danielson and commented:
    I absolutely love these!

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