Thursday, September 18, 2008

I thought it was the salty air

that was making me sort of scatterbrained, but apparently, its not. When we were at the beach, I had what I affectionately termed "beach brain." All week, I did things like leave the keys outside on the ground, put my glasses in the fridge, that sort of thing. I thought it was because I was too busy relaxing and watching the waves to worry about functioning properly. But, it wasn't the beach. Today I went to walmart and bought a box of 76 Pampers and somehow lost them somewhere between the buggy and my house. For those of you who are still wiping little heinies (how exactly do you spell that anyway?), you know how aggravated I am at myself over that one.

6 comments:

Laura said...

Thanks for the heads up! We're headed there this weekend!

Nanny White said...

I did that with two cases of cokes one time. I left them in the bottom of the buggy. They weren't there when I went back, either, so it must've inherited that from me.I love you.

Dad said...

Gonna have to really be careful walking around your house for the next week.

WonderGirl said...

That sounds like PREGNANT brain to me.

Just saying.

Sara said...

I agree with your sis...sounds like pregnancy brain to me too. :)

Melissa said...

Can't blame mine on salty air or anything either. I went to stride rite and bought him four pairs of expensive socks and left them in the bottom of the mall buggy. Of course they were not there, or even worse the time I thought I lost my cell phone in the mall and it was in the shopping bag in the trunk of my car. Last week I found cat flea protection in my freezer. The only thing I can credit the crazy mindset for is lack of sleep!