You know how annoying it is when you lose something that you love. India Knight recently wrote on Twitter that she had found a pair of earrings which had been lost for six years. She was so happy. My predicament is different but no less upsetting than a loss.
Between 20th and 27th December I was given a lovely necklace. Over the course of that period, in fact, I was given three necklaces and they were all assorted shades of green and blue. But this particular necklace I am talking about is the one below.
I really like it and have been wearing it a lot over the past days. One of the reasons I am wearing it, apart from the fact that I love it, is because I am hoping someone is going to say to me “I’m so glad you liked my gift”. You see I have forgotten who gave it to me and it is really getting me down.
I don’t think it is the beginning of some senile dementia but whatever is happening to me I have a mental block. It has now got to the stage where I am dreaming about it but still the generous donor does not appear. Just me smiling and saying thank you so much.
I have checked my diary for clues but my social engagements were few around this time as because of the snow and ice I couldn’t get out. What difference does it make you might say and I suppose you’d be right but somehow in the back of my mind I don’t think I thanked the person properly.
I doubt if this is going to help, just wanted to share it with you.