Now that I am experiencing “senior moments”, I want to believe that once anesthesia has gotten to your body, you tend to forget things.
This afternoon, while getting ready for my usual date with the girls, Deye reminded and asked me (without telling her to remind me) if I have already the camera in my bag (she really is a daughter of a blogger huh?). That’s when I actually remembered it. So I did keep it in my bag.
We had our early dinner in KFC (for a change, please no more Jollibee!), and when I was trying to capture a good angle of bunso, my cam says “Memory full”! Good one Mitch! I brought the camera with me but without the memory card haha! I left it in the laptop, still inserted in the mem card slot.
So there, that’s how my senior moments spoiled my paparazzi plans LOL!
Hi, Mitch here, a full-time home-based Marketing Manager by day, 24/7 Mom, and a Blogger/Content Creator in my spare time. Proud mom to 2 girls and 1 boy, Derelle, Erchelle, and Elric.
I am happy to share my adventures as I walk through motherhood and having to do most things on my own while my husband works miles away from us. Turning my passion into a profitable venture is another thing.
I also author and manage my 15-year-old blog, which developed my social media awareness over the years.
From being an ex-OFW to doing what I am good at in the comfort of my own home – while taking good care of my 3 wonderful kids, I hope that people see me as a great inspiration when it comes to pursuing my passion and turning it into a profitable venture. A giant leap like this is such a challenging journey but indeed is rewarding. A few bumps along this whole journey did not stop me from being the best version of myself.
1 thought on “Senior moments”
It’s ok. These “senior” moments happen to all of us, regardless of age. Yesterday I was at a friend’s house and she was asking me if I’ve seen her grey cardigan. I asked “The one you’re wearing?” She stopped and just put her head down and couldn’t believe it was on her the entire time.. You’re not alone 🙂