Not I Monday........on Monday this time!!

It's been a doozy of a week, let me tell ya! You might want to sit down, and if you're prone to wet your pants when laughing hard, consider yourself warned.

Alllll-righty then................

This week, I definitely did NOT walk around for two entire days with a kitty stool sample stashed in my purse. That would just be gross!! You see the first sample was too.......ummmmm....old for the lab. So we had to take another sample back the next day. It was lovely.

This week, I definitely did NOT tear up just a bit when I put away Brooke's school picture from this year. I did not suddenly realize that this was her last "school picture." Next year is senior pictures and it's all downhill from there.

I most definitely did NOT get a bit of the warm fuzzies when I stood back and looked at my lovely, organized, clean, and free of junk garage!!

I definitely did NOT count 27--yes 27, EMPTY Rubbermaid containers of all shapes and sizes in my basement. Nope. Not I.

I did NOT wash my hair with Dove Cream Oil Body Wash one sleepy morning last week. I LOVE the stuff for its intended use (on my BODY) but it doesn't work so well on the hair. If you don't believe me, just go ahead and give it a try.

I did NOT schedule my first mammogram today. Nope. Not I. I am NOT. THAT. OLD.

And finally, I absolutely, positively did NOT admire this at the vet's office and I absolutely, positively, for sure did NOT ask the technician if that was really how they checked a dog's eyes? And I did NOT turn 80 shades of red when the technician sheepishly replied "Ma'am, that's just artwork." Nope. Not I.

Any "Not I" moments in your week?


Tamera said...

I am hysterically laughing over the doggie eye chart!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey Jen - OK, so I check in on your blog from time to time (and I really enjoy it!) but never felt the urge to comment until today... Let me say congrats to you for scheduling that mammogram. It's not a sign you are "old", it's a sign that you are wise and that you care about your health! This is from someone first diagnosed with breast cancer at the ripe old age of 39. I'll say a prayer for you that it goes well!!!

Carol J.

Lisa S. said...

NOOOOOOOOOOOO, you did not!