Tuesday, August 2, 2011

WELL, I WOKE UP SUNDAY MORNING . . . (Um, not exactly)

Oh, dear. Oh, my!

Bear is totally confused.

They threw a holiday into this week to totally confuse me. And they succeeded.

First, since yesterday was a holiday, this feels like Monday. So I'm writing my Monday post. But it's on Tuesday. And since it's Tuesday, I wrote on my Bears Noting blog.

So. What I was planning to write — here — yesterday — you can read there, at my Bears Noting blog, today. Clear enough? Sorry!!!

I will try to get my mind unscrambled sometime this week. I make no promises.


Rubye Jack said...

Whoops. Such is life and what's another day anyways.

The Bipolar Diva said...

I'm confused too!

Jackie said...

As you unscramble, I'm here. :))
What holiday?
Here in GA, we didn't have one yesterday...or did I miss it?
Smiles to you, Bear.

Just Two Chicks said...

Ha... holidays are good for us!

Rob-bear said...

® Linda: But when they throw in a "special" day, my brain sometimes doesn't fasten on to the reality.
But it was good. We had our grandchildren with us for a couple of days.

® Bipolar Diva: With all you've been through, I'm not surprised that you're confused.

® Teacher's Pet: This was a Canadian holiday. It's not a national holiday, but one marked by roughly half the provinces, mostly in the west.

® Just Two Chicks: Holidays are good. But when one is retired, every day seems like a holiday, so the difference gets lost. Sadly.

ReformingGeek said...

You Canadians have too many holidays. :)

Anonymous said...

As some intelligent soul said, "shit does happen".
We forgive you.

Rob-bear said...

® Reforming Geek: Thanks for sharing the thought. But there are some Canadians who think we don't get enough holidays. (Maybe if you lived in the -40° weather, you'd agree.)

® Dedine: Oui, la merde se produit. Merci pour la visite.

cheshire wife said...

Isn't every day a holiday when you are retired?

Rob-bear said...

® cheshire wife: Worthy observation, indeed. Thanks. But maybe it's because the days seem all the same, that I keep losing one, from time to time. I'll try to pay better attention, though paying a tension can be pretty trying in itself.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Rob-bear, I live in a state of confusion. It's my normal. LOL!

Hope all is well in your world. I'm up for air for a bit. Lots of craziness, but amongst it all, there is always the Lord for whom I am so, so, SO grateful and friends for whom I feel especially blessed.

Love to you now and always...


Sheila :-)

Snowbrush said...

"I make no promises."

Being "scrambled" myself, I probably wouldn't remember anyway.

Rob-bear said...

® Q. Magpie: Yes, I had noticed you were back. Good to hear from you. Hope you and Mr. M keep doing well. RE: State of Confusion. Dos that mean the USA has 51 states?

® snowbrush: Glad to see you. I'm glad someone besides me is a bit "scrambled." Misery loves company.