I’m talking about the memos that seem to be sent to everyone but you, leaving you clueless and embarrassed. They are regarding things you should know, do, or not do. Like the image on the right says.
Another one I missed is the memo from hubby to our kids. I suspected this was going on for a while, but not at the level it’s taken to now. This memo must have said something like – “If the trash & recycle bins in the kitchen get full, pretend they are not and keep shoving stuff in. DO NOT complain the trash is full OR take the trash out to the cans in the garage. When someone, i.e. me, gets sick of the overflowing bins and the un-fitables on the counters and the floor next to them, she will take care of all of it. We no longer have to worry about it.” They got me with the trash thing. They all know that I get disgusted long before anyone else will. Their tolerance for filth amazes me.
I would LOVE to hear about the memos you have missed in your life. Just write them in the comment space and let me know all about them!
Departure day from South Padre Island (SPI). The alarm went off at 3:30 AM. It looked and felt, like the middle of the night. My flight to Houston left at 6:45 am, and the rental car was due in at 5:00 am. Poor Maggie’s flight did not leave until 1:30 pm. She said she was able to catch up on her sleep, have a meal, then when she was ready – the flight was postponed an hour. She did make it home safe and sound, but I am sure she has adventures to tell…
Speaking for myself, the last thing you want when you’re on your way home is an unplanned adventure. I am tired from adventuring and I want to be home. I must be on Scotty’s bad side because he never beams me up. Such is life.
Back home, a new year, too many commitments, projects to do, and of course, the usual aggravations. Like dentists, surgeons, appointments, meds. I could go on, but I don’t have the time.
Hubby emailed me a video with the message, “Share this with your girls.”
What girls? My daughter and granddaughters? The ladies at the quilt guild? My sisters in the congregation? Of course, once I watched the video I realized that I wanted ALL the girls I knew and those I didn’t, to see this video.