Friday, November 09, 2007

A normal day

Today, after getting out of the shower, I did my normal routine. Only this time, as I raised my arm for it's daily anti-odor application, I realized I was holding the toothpaste, not the deodorant.

"Wow..." I said out loud. I amaze myself with my scatterbrained-ness.

I quickly put the toothpaste away, grabbed the correct toiletry, and the next thing I realized, I was reaching for the toothbrush. I'm glad I stopped short before I actually applied deodorant to the toothbrush. Or the initial toothpaste to the armpit. Neither of those would have been particularly pleasant.

Aren't you thankful that these kinds of things don't happen to you? Don't you feel a slight tinge of pity for this girl who has probably forgotten your birthday, told you something twice, or never returned your phone call? Now you know it's not just you. I do it to me, too!

1 comment:

  1. I tend to lose track of things in the shower. I'll get to thinking about stuff... and I'll realize that I've put face wash or shave gel in my hair! Or I won't remember if I did something, so I end up doing it twice (or not at all). I mean, we do these same routines every day... just because I remember putting on deodorant or closing the garage door, doesn't mean that I'm not recalling it from the day before!