…you feel stupid?
I’m not sure it happens to everyone. But it happens to me.
Today I share Stupid Moment #1:
Obviously I’m not the multi-tasker I once was. During a recent early morning phone conversation with a friend, I was attempting to gather the trash on my way out the door for work, all the while picking up random this and that, stuffing it here and there.
With my house on the market, I do my best to keep things orderly should I get a much awaited phone call stating my house will be shown.
A little side note: I have no idea why I bother. The only showings have been on days when I was running so late I left the house in complete disarray. Maybe this should be my new approach.
Messy house equals visits from potential buyers???
Then again, that may be why potential buyers have not potentially bought.
So…back to my story. I’m always running late and this day was no exception. Picture me scrambling about the house jabbering away. One last look around assured me the house would pass muster but there was one problem.
Something was missing.
The one thing I cannot get through any day without. It is imperative to my survival. In other words…my life depended on finding it.
I frantically began retracing my steps in search of said important object. I began digging through drawers and closets, flinging about all the this and that I had just stashed here and there.
When it appeared I wouldn’t find this thing as vital to my existence as oxygen, I interrupted the conversation to make this most panicked statement…
“Hold on! I have to go! I’m late for work and I can’t seem to find my phone!!!”
I’m thinking I need to learn to be happy feeling stupid. Looks like the “stupids” are here to stay.