I present the following evidence that I am losing my mind:
1. I was making a portrait appointment for Henry. I asked for "Saturday" and she said, "Okay, I have 10:00 on June 6th." I was pretty sure there was a Saturday before that, but I couldn't clarify my question because I couldn't remember (1) what today's date was, or (2) what day of the week today was. Tuesday? Saturday? No clue.
2. When I bought a plane ticket to go see my niece, I thought it was a 6-hour non-stop flight. This is because the flight number didn't change, and no third airport was listed, and the number of stops was listed as "1". I thought the "1 stop" was....well, I thought it was the landing.
3. Earlier this week, I completely forgot to make the kids their dinner. Paul said, "Uh..." and I had to sprint to the kitchen and make sandwiches because there was no time for anything else.
4. I have completely forgotten my fourth piece of evidence.
5. I was doing a breast self-exam and found a lump and panicked. The lump turned out to be a nipple.
6. As we left the play area at the mall, I thought, "Oh! If I hadn't been paying attention, I would have thought that stroller was mine! It's the same as the one I had for the twins when they were babies!" It WAS my stroller.
Gift ideas for an 8-year-old, part 2 of 2 - Last week I talked about the gifts we were getting/considering for Edward, who is turning 8 next month. This week it’s Elizabeth’s turn: not “girl gifts,” ...