I have no idea (obviously) where they could be, and I have checked EVERYWHERE. Well, everywhere except where they are. It has almost got to the point where I am going to order some new ones, but we all know what will happen then don't we? On the plus side, I would be back to having two pairs again....
I have also lost my moth book. Like the glasses I saw it just the other day as I was tidying up a bookshelf. I had not looked at it for ages, but now that I have started mothing again I of course need it, and despite an extensive search it has not reappeared. You would think that there is an even smaller list of places where it could be hiding than my sunglasses, I mean I could have put those anywhere, but a book? Instead I am using various websites to identify things, but nothing beats being able to thumb through colour plates
|An evening mothing. A mercury vapour bulb suspended over a white sheet, and then an actinic Robinson Trap.|
There is no substitute for sunglasses though. Every now and again I jump up with a shout and run off to where they must surely be, only to slink back to the dining table empty-handed. The family have been very supportive, all four of them constantly donning their shades in the garden, around the table when I come back from my latest abortive search...
Jono, you find that 'not' wearing sunglasses will help all sorts of activities that require a clear view.ReplyDelete
Happy news Ric, they are found! Daughter found them in the porch under a shoe of all places. Probably can't get a blog post out of this, so thought I'd mention it here. Still no sign of my moth book.Delete
Found my reading glasses actually on my head the other day after looking for quite a while! Help!ReplyDelete
Still resisting glasses. An eye test two years ago suggested 0 in one eye and 0.25 in the other, after which they tried to sell me a £300 pair of spectacle. Declined!Delete