Thursday, April 3, 2008

If I Only Had a Brain

Four hours sleep is no where near enough time to refresh your brain. I'm quickly discovering that out today.

Somehow my blog decided to throw a temper tantrum and put all of my side info at the bottom of the screen on the outside of the layout. More likely I did it, but I've yet to remember my mis-step. Seeing that I'm not computer savvy guru like my husband, it may take me a while to figure out. So if you see things are a bit out of wack - I apologize. Just realize that it is an actual representation of my daily life. Something is always a little helter-skelter!

Now on to more pressing matters. I neglected to plan a party for Princess for her birthday. Oh the Horror - I know I use that phrase way too often, but how many mom's do you know that wait until the last (forget minute) nano-second to plan things as huge as a birthday party. So I've got to figure out something P.D.Q. before everyone leaves town for Spring Break, oh say, tomorrow afternoon. Maybe she will accept a trip to B.A.B instead. At least they remembered and sent her $5 in the mail for her birthday. Although it's not enough to actually buy anything - just enough to get you in the store.

Now where did I put that brain of mine again. Maybe it is true and I don't have one. Here are the facts that point to the demise of my grey matter.

Fact #1 - I've never had a brain freeze in my life from eating ice cream. Can't freeze what you don't have.

Fact #2 - Unless it's written down and in front of my face I'll forget what it is that.... What was I talking about?

Fact #3 - Someone once said that you can loose brain cell's while pregnant? Is this a myth? Don't know, but if it's fact, then it would make perfect sense that the more kids I have the dumber I get. And if it is a myth then my brain isn't bright enough to recognize an obvious hoax.

Fact #4 - I have no idea what I'm trying to say

So until I find my brain and fix my blog - enjoy your sanity and be glad you don't have mine, or lack thereof.

5 comments:

Trena Doll said...

I don't think a party is necessary. Truly, maybe dinner out with Mommy & Daddy...all to herself. Or let her choose one special friend for a movie & a sleep-over.

I cannot support the BAB idea. No FawnDear. No. Unless you're willing to send Princess and her $5 coupon to BAB with PE, and stay far far away from the evil store yourself. I might be ok with that scenario. Maybe.

rkimedes said...

My friends whose youngest kids are in the 4-5 range assure me that the brain cells lost during pregnancy do start to come back eventually. Of course, it's possible that they're just telling me this to hoodwink me into not worrying about it until I don't have enough brain cells left to remember that I've lost them... Hmmm, I'll have to think about that.

Anonymous said...

BAB was immediately rejected by PE.

Faith said...

I see I made your friend's list! I got totally excited and tried to click the link, but it couldn't find the page. I've had a tough couple of days and I really needed the smile your thoughtfulness brought me.

Don't worry about your apparent loss of brain cells. I've only had two babies so far and I have definitely noticed a decrease in brain function since the last one. God help me if I have six: I'll probably be reduced to a quivering mass of bones and plasma.

SuburbanCorrespondent said...

I think it was Dave Barry who posited that the kids suck your brain cells right out of your head, so as they get smarter, you get dumber.