Friday, September 16, 2011

Duh!

A couple of weeks ago, I couldn't find my cell phone.  (As a rule, I lose it more than I use it).  I spent about twenty minutes searching high and low for the darn thing.  I couldn't see it anywhere.  You know why?  I was talking on it to my sister-in-law.  When I woke up to the fact, I'm sure my facial expression was very similar to that of the clay worm pictured above who lives in my flower pot.   

12 comments:

Cheryl aka Shaddy said...

I excuse you from leaving a comment. What could anyone possibly have to say about that?

Parrot Writes said...

We'll just have to limit you to one glass of wine with dinner!

Cheryl aka Shaddy said...

PARROT: Oh please, not that!! Do you have any alternate solutions up your sleeve? :)

mistress maddie said...

You know, that reminds me of looking for my sunglasses when I have them on my head!!!!

Cheryl aka Shaddy said...

MADDIE: Thank you for making me feel better.

I should mention that I've only recently become a cell phone user. I'm used to taking and making calls at home on our mobile phone. Does that make me sound a little less disturbed???

sarahowens said...

LOL!!!! I am cracking UP!!!!! It makes me feel a lot better though, I have to say...teehee...

Have a wonderful Sunday dear!
xo

Stephanie said...

Reminds me of when I was in elementary school. I thought I forgot my backpack. I ran home as fast as I could so I wouldn't be late. Then I realized it was on my back :)
Hope you had a great weekend Cheryl!!!

Cheryl aka Shaddy said...

SARIE: Anyone in her right mind wouldn't admit to doing what I did. What more can I say!!!???

STEPHANIE: Out of sight, out of mind; or just plain out of our minds!! Whatever, it's pretty funny.

Have a fun week whatever you do, Steph!

LenoreNeverM♡re said...

too funny!
I placed fresh milk in the kitchen cabinet instead of the fridge ~BIG duhhhh!!! Sour cream anyone?

xo as always dear Shaddy

Natasha Alexander said...

Good for you for having the ego-strength to admit you're just as human as the rest of us! I think we've all done things like this at some point.

Thanks for the laugh.

Cheryl aka Shaddy said...

LENORE: Admitting our human weaknesses always opens the door for others to admit theirs as well. It's all pretty funny.

NATASHA: Thanks for laughing. I've learned it's much healthier than crying over our glitches.

mistress maddie said...

just stopping by to see if you had any new tidbits, and I wanted to tell you I thought about you when doing a post for a joint blog I write on. It's at Gals About Town@ blogspot.com. It entails a beautiful wildflower preserve I visited over the weekend. All the color and flowers I just thought of you!