Thursday, February 21, 2008

Airhead II

My husband comes home. After a while he looks around and asks, "Did we get any mail?" I answer, "I haven't seen any mail, I never even checked." He goes out to the mailbox to get the mail. He comes back empty handed. There wasn't anything. I say, "Well maybe Enigma got it." She wasn't home so he sent her a text. She responds, "Huh?" So, I go down to my office to work and there sits some mail on my desk. Mail that Enigma gave me earlier that afternoon. Nothing memorable, just a book that was a nice surprise, and a few offers. Turns out she remembered, she just didn't understand the garbled text message. Meanwhile, I'm thinking "What 's wrong with you brain mommy!" I offer my brain for research in early stages of Alzheimers.

9 comments:

Alice Wills Gold said...

Yes, my brain is the same! Early onset ALZ for sure!

Pam said...

That is okay- the other day I went to get the mail and then realized it was Sunday- no mail on Sunday. Oh the mommy brains!

Burgh Baby's Mom said...

I'm in that line with you. Alzheimers can happen in your early 30's, I'm sure of it.

carrie & troy keiser said...

:D

The Journey Begins Here said...

Oh good, it's not just me! I get on my own nerves. Are you doing the Birth Story contest? Stop by for a visit for details. Theresa

Maddy said...

Oh dear! You and me both dearie.
Cheers

Maddy said...

I'm catching up! Handed over the award you gave me to others today!
Cheers

Karen said...

Alzheimer's runs in our family. I'm pretty sure that forgetting things alone isn't as scary as forgetting and linking to your past. I could be wrong. My mind is already being taken over.

KEYNOTER said...

OMG I know that feeling. I get it when I try to do things like put my purse into the fridge