refuse to take notice of or acknowledge; disregard intentionally.
“he ignored her outraged question”
disregard, take no notice of, pay no attention to, pay no heed to, pass over, shut one’s eyes to, be oblivious to, turn a blind eye to, turn a deaf ear to, brush aside, shrug off, push aside, never mind;
look the other way
“he ignored the customers and began counting money”
snub, slight, spurn, shun, disdain, look right through, look past, turn one’s back on, give someone the cold shoulder, cold-shoulder, freeze out, steer clear of;
send to Coventry;
informalgive someone the brush-off, cut, cut dead, knock back, give someone the go-by;
“he was ignored by the countess”
set aside, pay no attention to, take no account of, veto;
break, contravene, fail to comply with, fail to observe, disobey, breach, defy, flout, fly in the face of;
….losing the lens cap and having to retrace my steps helped my reach my walking goal
Despite having the special attachment on my lens cap that fastens itself to the camera body I still managed to lose it. Unfortunately or fortunately, depending on your perspective, I didn’t notice that the cap was missing until I was almost all the way home. I started to retrace my steps but since I was close to the house I decided to pick up Frances and take her for her walk. At least this way I was multi-tasking and hopefully I could get in enough steps to make her happy and find my lens cap.
Luckily I did find the cap close to a park bench where I had taken a moment to try to figure out why my camera wasn’t working. I guess I was so excited when I was able to shoot some more photos that I didn’t notice that the cap was no longer attached to the camera body.
Frances seemed content to turn around and go back home at this point and I knew that I was going to be close to my 10 000 step goal for the day and it was still morning.
Here are a few of the shots I took yesterday. It was a beautiful sunny morning.
….my last resort should have been the first thing I did
I found my glasses! Yay!!!!!
It only took 2 1/2 days. After sorting through mounds of paper, piles of clothes, numerous purses and bags and getting my husband to look under the seats in my car I knew that I had to start looking under furniture. If I didn’t have such a sore knee I would have done it sooner.
Last night I took a flashlight and started upstairs in my bedroom. I looked under the bed, behind the blanket boxes and under and inside the night tables. No luck. This morning I went to the chair that I sit in all the time to write my blog posts. I carefully lowered myself to the floor, being careful not to put too much weight on my right knee. Voila! There it was, between the chair and the bookcase, hidden by the power bar and the cords. Why didn’t I go there first? In hind sight it was the most obvious place.
Oh well, the main thing is that I found my glasses and I no longer have to wear my sunglasses on cloudy and rainy days. In the process of looking I found several other things that needed my attention, like paying for the dog’s license, renewing my subscription to the WMCT concert series and finding things that our dog chewed up and needed to be thrown away.
Maybe someone should invent a tracking device to put on glasses. It seems that losing your glasses is not such an unusual occurrence.