Monday, May 4, 2009

Ever Have One Of Those Days?

Do you ever have one of those days where you feel like you are out of sync?

See the doe in the photo with her tongue sticking out? Yes, she was bellowing at me, " are feeding kind of late, and I am growing impa-a-a-a-tient!"

Yes, it was one of those kinds of days.

There are two very significant things about me. I work hard, I am honest, and I have a good sense of humor. Wait, those are three things that I just let out of the bag!

Because I work hard, I get into a lot of funny predicaments, and because I have a sense of humor, I can laugh at it all (eventually), and many times during.

When I start my day with breakfast (peanut butter on 2 pieces of whole wheat bread every morning, with black coffee, followed with a bottle of water) and I drop my butter knife 3 times on the table, bang, pick it up, bang (you get the picture), then proceed to wad up my napkin and place it in my cup of coffee...somehow I begin to wonder if my day is in trouble. Yes ma'am (or sir) IN TROUBLE!

When you try to delete pictures from your camera, but a few moments later realize that you have your phone in your hand, you are IN TROUBLE.

It was one of those days, thank heavens this out of sync feeling is not an every day thing, and now the day is almost over. Life is a grand thing...and I feel there is a reason for everything. Perhaps this sort of disorder is to make us laugh? Perhaps!

Now I need to fumble through the dozen Post-It-Notes that I have scattered across my desktop, all from today, good random thoughts, that somehow I just could not seem to organize into anything that gelled.

I had a father in the military, I hear the evening call, "Day is done...gone the sun...!"

Have a good evening...and stay in sync, believe me, it helps!


Arnita said...

I have atleast two a week. I know how you felt. lolfories

Amy said...

I have those days every once in awhile! I am back at home now, got home this evening at about 5:30

KathyB. said...

Sounds like a comedy routine, but maybe not so funny if you are the one dropping your butter knife. Good thing you can laugh. Tomorrow is another day....hope you get a good nights' sleep.

Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...

It was a comedy routine. The truth is I was feeling rather rough. Felt like the flu, every gone and joint seemed to ache. I am in good condition this morning, so far, so good! I feel swifty and nifty! :)

Jeannelle said...

A wonderful post, Annie! Very good thoughts. Humor can be like that spoonful of sugar....helping us through the distasteful times. I love it that you write thoughts down on post-it notes....I often have a pocket full of thoughts scribbled on notes, too.

Jeannelle said...

Sorry, Mary.....I called you Annie in the previous post.

Alix said...

Being constantly IN TROUBLE myself, I totally get the post. Good thing you're you and not me because if I drop the knife three times, I go to bed.

You're a hoot, Mary.

Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...

A hoot is right...right on target. :)

I did put my notes in a stack this morning, Jeanelle. It is a start!

And do not worry about calling me Annie, you aren't the first one, and you will not be the last!

Right Corrie and Alix, and, anyone else? I really get a tickle out of it anymore. Sometimes I answer my cell phone and hear someone say, "Hello, may I speak with Annie?" Then I have to explain the fun of it, and it really is an ice breaker in disquise.

BT said...

Ha ha, that made me laugh! I know just how you feel though, I think we all suffer those days sometimes. Thank goodness not too often though! Lovely blog.