I Know I've Been Busy, But . . . . .

[With apologies to Jeff Foxworthy and his "You know you're a redneck if. . ." series.]

Some people get bored after the hectic holiday season.  There's a bit of a let-down for them.
I don't know what that's like.  Especially not this year. 
Yes, the holidays were busy, and they were enjoyable.
Now, though, I'm moving (have to be out of my place in two weeks and don't know where I'm going, but, hey! I've got two weeks!)  This, of course, means looking for a place, packing, tossing, donating, etc.
Monday is the start of six weeks of classes to review and prepare for the South Carolina bar exam, so I'll be in classes and studying like crazy, hoping to one day be a lawyer.   
And then there's all of the usual, time-consuming stuff.
So, this brings me to the first clue that I've been busy.
Last week, I had a sandwich for lunch.
When I went back into the kitchen after eating the sandwich, I saw what was supposed to be the inside of my sandwich (i.e. the "fixin's") on the counter. 
I had just eaten two pieces of bread with nothing inside - and didn't even know it!


Sandee said...

Love that bread sandwich. Bwahahahahaha. I've never done that.

Good luck on the studies. I'm sure you will do fine.

Double good luck on moving. Well, finding a place that is.

Have a terrific day. :)

Patricia Rockwell said...

So, you eat your sandwich in shifts! Very modern of you!

Will Shealy said...

Wow. I guess you don't normally put much on them then.

Syd said...

Pace yourself Sherry. Self-care is good.

Willy said...

Willy would have just made another sandwich - good luck with the move.

10-4 Willy

Corrie Howe said...

Yes, you are too busy if you are eating nothing and not noticing it. Good luck to you on your bar exam. My dad was in his 60s when he attempted to go back to school to get a law degree.

I don't know why he stopped. But he's in his 70's now and learning piano and Spanish.

Corrie Howe said...

Okay, I'll try this again. You are too busy if you didn't notice you were eating nothing.

Good luck on your bar exam. My dad was in his late sixties when he took an exam to go back to school for a law degree. I don't know why he stopped. Now he's in his 70s and learning piano and Spanish.

He still works full-time and stays up with all the latest technology.

Anonymous said...

I laughed out loud with the bread sandwich story. Reminded me of an incident a couple of months ago. I made a sandwich to take up to my office and eat during a conference call. When I got upstairs and on the phone I bit into nothing but bread and catsup. The meat and cheese fell out on the way up the stairs. The cats had a nice feast.

Grumpy old man said...

Hi, my first time on your blog, love your style, very interesting, and you have a lovely family.

Hope you are having a fab week. Well seeing that you are a motivational speaker, how can it be otherwise... :-)


Gianetta said...

Wow, you are busy!

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