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Has anyone seen my glasses?

Has anyone seen my glasses?
Has anyone seen my glasses?
Has anyone seen my glasses?
Has anyone seen my glasses?
Has anyone seen my glasses?
A joyful, hope- filled collection of quips and quotes on the antics and adventures of growing older but not necessarily wiser.
 
Our Price: £5.99
ISBN/EAN: TLM40230
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Publisher: TLM Trading
Author: Judith Merrell & Anna Caddy
Format: Hardback
 
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Does the phone ring and you answer the TV remote control? Do you gaze into the fridge completely unable to remember what you opened it for? Do you call out a search party to find your glasses before your favourite TV programme starts? If the answer is yes to any of the above, then perhaps you have reached muddle-age - that time in life when you feel a sense of triumph if you can remember what you went upstairs for without first having to go back downstairs. In this joyful, hope- filled sequel to the best-selling 'What did I come upstairs for?' you'll discover a fresh collection of encouraging thoughts and prayers, plus humorous quips and quotes on the antics and adventures of growing older but not necessarily wiser. Ideal for all those facing the joys and perils of muddle-age with a cheerful smile and a memory like a sieve! 'The advantage of a bad memory is that one enjoys several times the same good things for the first time.' Friedrich Nietzsche TLM hardback, 62 pages
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