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In an effort to launch something in a very short timeframe, after three months of coding in off hours for stints of a few minutes at a time, I used a framework to get *something* out. This is not code I would use for a client. Ever.
In fact, if you could see my face right now, you'd realize this is a little more than painful.
But, as sometimes has to happen with personal projects, the non-paying personal site takes a backseat to quality and gets dressed in handmedown code. Thanks to VMcore for the free ride here.
I have to go back and see if I flushed the toilet. Then I wonder if I really did pee. Totally with you on this.
I had a friend once who, after removing her tampon, realized there was another string…from the one she forgot to take out earlier that day. TMI? Nah.
You aren’t a lone ball-dropper (sounds dirty). I am just as bad. I have post-its everywhere to remind me to do things. It’t the only way I can live sanely…er…exactly how sane, I’m not sure.
I have been doing this to, this month. It makes me realize I need to scale back our activities—too much going on for us.
oh yeah, oh yeah. I hear you.
You know, automatic debit is the way to go… of course you have to remember to update your files, but you can set Quicken up to do that for you automatically. I love my automatic payments!
Now if there were some way to automate the tampon thing… I totally hear you there!
I can relate! I’ve thrown away checks, forgotten to take my birth control pill (NOT good) and put an empty pot on the stove and turned the burner on high an walked off. I think it’s called momnesia.
Marie, my only fear about the autodebit thing is that I don’t double pay our mortgage. I forgot I turned that on and then wrote a check. ACK! I need to actually start USING Quicken. No more of this by hand shit (heloooo, I’m a CS teacher!)
Jamie, I’ve done the pot on the stove thing, too. Also, add filling up washer with water and forgetting to put in clothes. ‘Doh!
Running 2K’s: Scaling back. Smartness. I really need to look at my schedule.
Charla, sadly, I have a planner. Ya. I do. I don’t USE it, but I have it.
Dizzymizzy.. LOL.. you are a riot!! Been thar, done that!
I have that fear all the time!
Especially since that very thing (we’re still talking about the vanishing tampon, right?) happened to my sister AND my cousin!!!
I dub thee “Forget-a-belle”
Sounds like how I get when I’m preggers….hhhmmm?
Or just TOO much goin on.
uh - been there, checked it. I was reading in Cosmo this month that you become forgetful the week befor eyou period. The things you learn from that magazine….
That really sucks. It doesn’t help that everytime a ball gets dropped, the stress increases and more balls drop.
OMG, Heather, aint that the truth??
And sarahgrace, I’d think the same thing if I wasn’t actually ON My period. I think I’d take peeing on a stick to a whole new level if I did it WHILE menstrating. Although, it does sound like something I’d do.
(Nicole, I read about BJs once in Cosmo. Way inormative…)
Oh yea (see starshine, I *should* be forgetabelle) Kelly, that happened?
Yup…it’s momnesia all right. *sigh*
Yeah, I do the tampon thing. I sit in the bathroom and I start to feel sick. Oh my god, I have TSS. Everyone is going to think I’m an idiot because I forgot to take my tampon out and got sick.
Oh wait…no, I remember, I did take it out.
Glad to know I’m not the only one.
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