Thursday, November 4, 2010


The last week or two, I've been feeling restless in my skin. Usually I change the furniture around and clean when I feel this way, but I really like the way we have the furniture arranged so I haven't changed it. Therefore, I am completely convinced, I am still feeling restless.

Restless sometimes turns into distracted. Like yesterday when I tried to unlock and load groceries into the wrong van. It was the same make and color as my van, same interior...a bit cleaner, but since it was windy I can chalk that up to hoping the breeze/gusts blew some of the dirt off my van. I was parked in roughly the same area, just one row over. This would be much more concerning if I tried to get into a different type of car altogether, right? I also believe that they call that grand theft auto - or at least breaking and entering.

Further proof of my distraction? Today I had a waxing appointment. Ironically, I was sitting in my car (I was early - that happens when I don't have the kids with me) thinking about the great van goof up from the day before and thinking how not funny it would be if I had missed my appointment. I take my dehairing quite seriously since the dark hair or seventy had started to appear on my face. (WTH hormones...I'm not even 40 yet!) When the magic hour arrived, I went in and gave my info to the very, very nice lady at the reception desk. She looked up with a frown - she didn't have me down for today.

Well, that's odd. I have an appointment card and everything. So I go out to my van to get it, and pull it out of the sun visor and notice that my appointment is next week. Really, self?!? At least I wasn't rude or obnoxious about being certain the appointment was today. I slink back in and apologize profusely for being a dork. But to do this kind of stuff twice in two days? I am definitely distracted. I dislike that feeling.

On the bright side of this issue? Blog material! That is, if I can remember it. HA!


Hillary Reeves -Independent Jewelry Consultant said...

Hi I am your newest follower from bloggy moms. I have days like this all the time now that I am a new mommy for the 1st time. I always seem to forget something everyday!

Daily Dose of Dahl said...

Welcome and thanks for checking out my blog! I am convinced my brain is full somedays. Well, okay, most days.

Can't wait to check out your blog too!

Samantha said...

I've had weeks like that, too. The van incident still has me laughing.
BTW, I checked out the bloggy moms site. That one is nice! I've been looking for ways to promote because blogging has been fun and therapeutic.