How do you 'lose' a fifty pound bag of dog food...or the knob off the stove? How about your husband's briefcase with all the tax info in it with the appointment to have them done an hour away? I have 'lost' three gas caps in the past two months. Why isn't the stupid thing tethered to the tank like most gas caps are?
The letter A? Jeez...that's an important letter. Just think of all the words that have the letter A in them. Good luck with the dog poo!
LMBO... sorry, LeeAnn.. but that's just down-right funny!!! Wish I could lose my A ..and I'm not talking about the letter,, I'm talking about the thing I sit on!!! It's gotten swollen from sitting on it too much!!!! hahaha!!
On my old computer I had worn off some of the letters from over use!! But I never actually physically lost one of the keys!! Hubby-buns hated using my computer.. cause he has to look at the keyboard to type. I touch type and have always been a fast typer, about 75 word a minute (as long as they're small words.. lol.. yeah 75 wpm with 100 mistakes, that is)
Glad you didn't have to do the deed of sifting through the puppy poo.. that would have royally sucked!!
This one's going in my fibro-mite hall of fame!!!
~Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Lordosis, Chronic Fatigue, IBS, Chronic Cystitis, Bicornuate Uterus, PCOS, Cancer Survivor, Dyslexia, Memory Loss, Anxiety, Depression, ADD, Kidney Disorder, Kidney Stones, Migraines, Allergies, Eczema, Diabetes, Bulging Disks, Weak Ligaments in Knees~
(Insulin, Gabapentin, Cyclobenzaprine HCL, Zolpidem, Rozerem, Hydrocodone ES, Toradol Shots, Steroid Shots)
*Don't dream it. Be it!*
Well today I took my 73 yr. old Dad to see his wife in another nursing home. One has to be right on their toes cause dad will look out his passanger side window, and say, ït's ok, go"and once there was this little four ft. nothing woman crossing in front of the truck and I almost hit her. One (me) has to remember my Dad doesn't have all his faculties, anymore and it's so habitual to just go, cause up untill ten years or so ago, he coult see a tire imprint from 100 yards away. I have to remember to do my own looking despite the "ök, go."
Also, I had written out my stepmom's address book, again for her, she lost her previous one, and I painstakingly took it in to her room, promptly forgot I'd done so, spent twenty minutes out rummaging in the truck for the new book, couldn't find it, got more than a little mad at myself cause I thought I'd kicked it out someplace en route, and lo and behold, when I returned to her room, there it was, big as life, sitting on her dresser. Duh.