Being memorable

I recently had an encounter with someone where we chatted for a few minutes, introductions and all, discussed things we had in common and laughed. I remember this person’s name, the way they walked and the sound of their voice.

I reached out to this person after our encounter to ask a question and they were unsure of who I was. Happy to help, sure, but no acknowledgement of our encounter or the time that we chatted.  Now, I will say…I am sure, especially with chemo fog, that I have unintentionally done this before.  For this recent experience though, I was a little surprised and quite embarrassed.

So I’m wondering, has this happened to you? I can’t be alone in the world with this particular experience! πŸ˜„πŸ˜πŸ˜ΆπŸ˜†

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