today is going to be a day

Before 9am this morning I had managed to:

Scoop the dogs food into her water bowl instead of her food bowl.

Pour orange juice on my cereal instead of milk, then tried to stick the cereal box in the fridge.

Put on my dress, and walk out of the house without any underwear on. Get half way down the block, only to return home because I realized I was wearing slippers.

I am curious to see what the rest of the day brings.

Any fumbles to your day?



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6 responses to “today is going to be a day

  1. What a fun way to start of your day. I suppose you can take comfort in the fact that it can only get better from here. I love those humbling moments that bring my ego down a few notches.

    No major screw-ups for me (yet), though the day is still young and knowing my track record it is a distinct possibility!

  2. Allison

    This is true, and so far it has.

    Here’s hoping your day is fumble free. :)

  3. It would be hilarious if I didn’t know that you’ve got a lot on your mind, Al. I hope the day did turn around for you. At least you stopped short of trying to put the dog in the fridge.

    I didn’t fumble in any such a dramatic fashion, but I did carry a lot of stuff around from room to room, wondering why I was in the room in the first place.

  4. Yes, that would have been a bit of a struggle. ;) She got herself into something sticky last night, so I was trying to brush her, and she wasn’t having it.

    D’oh! I hate it when that happens. Here’s to clear minds today!

  5. You know… Yesterday just might have been ‘discombobulation’ day. I witnessed a Cadillac-driving senior motor away from the gas station with the nozzle and hose still in his tank.

    Totally oblivious he was. Plus. I don’t think he was wearing underwear either. ;)

    We all have our days dear Al. I think you are well within your jurisdiction to blame the god awful heat wave out there!


  6. Oh no, really? How far did he get?

    Yes, I am blaming everything on the heat this week. It really is unbearable, and 6% of British Columbians have A/C.

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