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Postby rosehip » Wed Apr 04, 2012 6:31 pm

checked the date on my calendar sunday and today and still got the wrong date , its next wednesday FOG :roll:
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Re: doc appointment

Postby Ldyalb » Wed Apr 04, 2012 7:41 pm

lol that's definitely worthy of a #whilstdisabled on twitter.

I have to keep triple checking stuff as well. I forgot my name once when answering the phone at work when I first got Fibro. Was pretty embarrassing :oops:
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Re: doc appointment

Postby PoppyPenny » Fri Apr 06, 2012 3:07 pm

Thats me as well! I have to write the date of appointments in several places. Trouble is, I often can't remember what day it is now, so what chance is there? :-) Now I set the alarm on my telephone to remind me before the appointment. This only works if I remember to have my phone with me!

The thing which my son is always teasing me about is when we go into town. I park the car and we are nearly at the shops and I send him back to check that I locked the car! Happens every time, but I have to check or I worry and it spoils the day. When I am on my own it is very tiring and time consuming to walk back. It is a good job the lock on the key has a long range! :-) It is always already locked!

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