Today Would Be...?

I know I am not the only stay-at-home mom with this condition. It is a serious and very real condition though.

I chronically have no idea what day of the week it is.

You would think that I don't have a schedule if I don't know what day it is, but you would be wrong. I know that we have playgroup and mutual on Wednesdays, library on Thursdays, church on Sundays, etc. I think what gets me is that I don't know the order of the days or something. Two sleeps after church should be Tuesday, right? Then why does it always feel like it is Wednesday? I cannot figure this out.

Somehow Friday just sneaks right up on me every week. Sam kisses me goodbye in the morning and I jolt awake wondering why he is wearing jeans to work. Because there is no way on God's green earth that it is Friday already.


Andrea said...

i kinda love this.

because even though i'm not a mom yet,
i still have no clue what day of the week it is.

enjoy your weekend em!

Naomi Mae said...

jordan and i were just talking about this! remember school and how you ALWAYS knew what day it was?

i remember being a lot smarter in school too... seriously, i think i once knew how to add fractions together, and find x in a quadratic equation. now i think i'm smart because i know what pi is and i can say one phrase in french.

pathetic ;-)

Geevz said...

I never can keep up with what day it is. The little secretary in my head sometimes reminds after I've double scheduled something, but not always.

And I feel like being a mom has seriously made me dumber. I read some old blog entries when I was in college and they were waaaaaaaaaay better. I used to use big words and be funny phrases. It's been a hard adjustment to get used to so I'm glad someone else feels that way.

Matthew & Laura said...

I can't even begin to tell you how often that happens to me. Its sad.
I totally didn't even mean to make you good cry at that post lol. It was just something that has been weighing me down for a long time and my blog is my journal pretty much so there it is. Love you!

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