Monday, December 7, 2009

"Not Me" Monday





Well Folks it's that day of the week where we all get to reveal moments we would rather forget or admit to all the things that we did not do this past week.  So if you would like to join in on this therapeutic blog carnival that was created by MckMama, head on over to her blog now to link up.

This past week was interesting.  I bought a new coat last week and wore it out running errands a couple days this week.  After returning home and hanging up the coat on the second day of wearing it out in public I noticed the tags were still hanging off it.  It was "Not Me" who just wanted to die of humiliation and embarrassment, and it was "Not Me" who wondered how many people saw me wearing my coat with the tags still hanging off it and who snickered to themselves.  Nope, "not me" I say!  I would never want to die of humiliation over that, in fact I get so excited to wear new clothes with the tags still on them just so everyone will know they are new.  Humiliation?  Embarrassment?  No... that is definately Not Me! 

It's also for surely "Not Me" who has left my husband's dress shirt sitting in the laundry room for 3 months just waiting to be ironed.  No that's "Not Me".  I love doing the ironing so much that it's just "not me" that makes sure all the clothes I buy are wrinkle free.  I would never do that!

And it's "Not Me" that got a chunck taken out of my face and lip by our parrot this week. Nope, "Not me"!  It looks like an alien, so it's definately "not me"! 

Whew, It has been therapeutic for sure!  Click here if you want to share your Not Me's.

2 comments:

Nikia, May and da kids said...

Here's a "not me". It was "not me" who had my panty hose stuck in my skirt AT CHURCH three months ago right after Sacrament meeting was done. Oh no, it was "NOT ME" at all. Thanks for the laughs today.

The Garden of Egan said...

Oh, that cracked me up! There are tooooo many "not me" moments to even think about. Those are the things I get Alzheimers over!

You love ironing too! Wow, we are more like twins than I thought. You are in Montana I'm in Idaho...sheesh it's uncanny!

Love your blog!