Today’s word from is “locate.”

”I’m trying to locate my glasses,’ Simon said, rushing around the room.

Sarah tried her best not to be harsh, as he looked in cupboards, bowls and even the fridge. ‘Simon, have you checked on your head?’ she said.

He lifted his hand and felt on the top of his hair, the metal frame of his glasses on the tips of his fingers. It wasn’t the first time this happened, but she was worried about the amount of times it did.

It was funny, until he forgot to turn off the tap, or left dinner cooking.

‘Perhaps it is time you saw the doctor, I mean, it wouldn’t harm to talk someone,’ she said, gently pulling them down.

‘Perhaps it is . . .’

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

6 thoughts on “Glasses

  1. For me, it’s the slipping away of names (mostly celebrities, not people I actually know), and the fact that I’m still accurate with quiz-show answers (esp Jeopardy), but that they come several seconds more slowly than ever before…

    No need for doctors (yet) I think, unless they’re rejeuvenation specialists.
    Fine work. Thanks.

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      1. It’s a very tragic progression. I cannot even imagine going through something like that. But I do know, from what my mother has told me about experiences with people she has known with the disease, that having someone who is a constant there means a great deal. Blessings.

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