Well Folks, as hard as it is to believe, we are winding down to the end of another year.
It seems to me they fly by so much quicker as I get older. It is easy to lose time not just in hours but days, weeks heck I have lost a few years. I just can’t seem to remember where I put them.
I mean when you can rattle of the events of every single holiday season of your life starting with who came to visit, how many presents you got, what kind of cookies you left Santa and the exact amount of snow from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, never mind the awesome bargains you got on Black Friday, if you go shopping then, as well as every single agonizing moment it took to get to sleep while you waited for Santa, it is pretty hard to imagine time going by so quickly you barely have time to register it. You may remember looking oddly at the people who are complaining of how fast time went or trying to remember what they ate for Christmas dinner and think - no doubt a little smugly…
you were too smug!. We are always smug when we think we are not going to have those kinds of problems when we get older. Ha.
Anyways I am saying smugly so just cool your heels for second and you can deny it in the comments.. or try to anyways. I mean you won’t have any problems leaving a comment, just convincing me you never thought smugly…
So where were we? Oh yes SMUGLY looking at someone in obvious time distress and thinking it won;t happen to you not realizing you failed to take into consideration that you are 10 and they are 35.
Which is normal pretty much for a 10-year-old. The fun thing about that is 25 years later the then 35 now 60-year-old can look smugly on former 10-year-old when they can;t remember what they did for Christmas the year before….
Yes they have waited for that moment of payback, hoping they would be there to dish out the comeuppance, after all at that age 25 years is the blink of an eye I would think so it;s not like they had to wait forEVer, right?
Today’s Mental Moment….
ok it ha kind of gotten away from me, but it’s about time flying by and how turkeys can’t fly.
And that is it.
This is one of the best moments in tv sitcom history and it will probably, hopefully take some of you to back when.
See how that works? You get to have a little bit of time back. You are very welcome.
Its is also dedicated to my dad, because he laughs so hard when we talk about it and he mentioned at the table the other night he would love to get his hands on a clip. And I can do stuff like that cause it;s my world over here. So here’ to you Dad …
And to all the rest of you, we will be seeing each other before the big day but I might as well ay Happy Thanksgiving to you all now, just to make sure I do it before the day after. Here’s a fun Lizzie fact too, I have never, not once in all my fortysome years been out shopping on Black Friday.
At least not that I remember.
To your Mental State, whatever it may be.