Sunday, March 30, 2008

I'm Losing It

I have never believed in "pregnancy brain" but I may be a believer now. This morning we were running out the door to go to church. I picked up my keys and had all my bags when I realized that Reese didn't have her shoes on. So I put everything down, got her shoes on her and was set to go again. Then I noticed I didn't have my keys. I started looking around frantically but still couldn't find them. Because we were going to be late I just grabbed my spare key and used that. When I got home from a meeting after church Dev informed me that Brad had found my keys...IN THE FREEZER! What in the world?! Why would I set them there?! I'll blame it on pregnancy brain.

6 comments:

Paul said...

Well, I'd like to beleive that this is due to "pregnancy brain" but I could see you doing this at any time. j/k.

Mariela said...

Girl you make me laugh. You never seem to have a boring life.

WebDoc said...

Actually there is a much simpler explanation than the pregnancy brain. When you place a set of keys into a freezer, the different metals trigger a flow of electrons accelerated in this near zero environment. Given the right conditions this has opened a portal to a parallel universe into which you probably slipped or perhaps returned. So if this seem weird at times the explanation is that you are probably in one of millions of parallel universes. Things are not exactly like the one you came from but really close. Dont worry. Everyone here loves you just as much as in the one you left beh1nd. There is no going back by the way. Enjoy the change, watch your keys and take comfort that at some point you will slip into another parallel universe. Portals have been known to open up in dryers with just the right humidity, something socks have exploited for years.
Both Stacy and I want to let you know how much we love you. We cant wait for vacation time with you all in Kansas this year like we talked about. Stacy has closed her Dance Club for the whole month of June. I have decided to let people fill their own toner that month so we can enjoy the bike ride back. I know it will be fun to ride together. There are hospitals all along the route, I checked, so dont worry about your "condition".
We love you all. Talk to you soon.

mckay said...

WebDoc, you crack me up! I can't wait for the bike trek in Kansas too! I am sure my "condition" will not slow me down one bit! How exciting that Stacy is closing the studio for the whole month! I am not sure though, that people will be able to fill their own toner--that is worrisome--but they have to learn sooner or later and you need a BREAK!

We love you too! xoxo

brad said...

man i have a weird family...

Melanni said...

That's awesome, Mckay(0: