The printer printed 2010’s calendar and called it 2011! That’s bad.
I have it hanging by my desk. I got it for making a donation to SickKids at Home Hardware. It was in a drawer until recently but I thought it would be handy. I have been busy-er, not normal human busy, just on the brink of NOBODY MAKE ANY SUDDEN LOUD NOISES I think I will spend the day in my pj’s, oh I am exhausted, busy.
I have been sending out lots of invitations to G.D.’s 90th birthday party and I noticed the auto date in Word was wrong. It said it was the 17th but the calendar said it was the 21st. I also sent some $ for a bill and noticed that the bank site date was wrong. All my entries here have been wrong too! I even spent some time trying to fix the calendar on my computer before I figured out it was the printed calendar that was wrong.
I went out to the kitchen to tell G. D. about it and found she was half finished empting the dishwasher of dirty dishes. To be clear, she was putting the dirty dishes on the shelves. “Oh, I guess they are all dirty…oh hell.” Then she said, ” I missed a day too! I have been taking only that one pill, you know, the easy one, and I haven’t had a stomach problem for 4 days! Now there’s only 2 kinds left to try. OH I wish I tried the worst one first!”
She went to the bedroom and shouted, “It’s the 15th!”
It’ was the 17th.
I won’t tell you about trying to make pumpkin pie. It is too ridiculous.
We had a wonderful Thanksgiving Dinner at my daughter’s place later . We knew it wasn’t really the real Thanksgiving Day, Canadian or American, or 2010 or 2011, it just worked out that it was the day we could all get together. As I explained to my kids when they were young, the Faeries only really do things to watch us get upset so the secret is to not get upset.
It also helps if you don’t celebrate holidays on the usual days. They can’t ruin a holiday if they aren’t expecting it!