Day after day, every morning is the same routine.
After I get out of the shower, I wrap my hair in a towel. I apply deodorant and face lotion. I get dressed, dry my hair, plug in my curling iron, apply my makeup while it’s getting hot, then curl my hair and add earrings. Aaannnd, I’m off! Twenty minutes, tops.
Here’s what happened this morning!
I did all the above, just as I always do it, in the same order, without waiver, just like every other day!
I went to work and caught up on a couple hours worth of items leftover from yesterday. I then joined a conference call that spanned a dozen people over five states. If you’re not familiar with WebX, someone on the call will be the presenter and share their computer screen with everyone else.
During this time, I realized I had been so busy all morning, I had neglected to use the restroom. You know, if you get stuck in a situation where you can’t go to the bathroom, it makes you have to go all the more! Well, I was the presenter in this WebX conference and couldn’t leave – not even for a minute! And this was a TWO HOUR presentation.
FINALLY, we ended the call and I sprinted to the restroom.
Upon washing my hands in front of the mirror, I looked up, and to my horror, I saw my pale, bare, makeup-less face. Nope, not one little swipe of blush. No eyeliner. No mascara. No lipstick. What the H E double L was going on here???
My hair was curled. My earrings were on. Did I not look into the mirror this morning to do those things? Where I would have seen my makeup’ed face? And certainly noticed the lack of said makeup?
Wait! If my hair was curled, what was I doing for the five minutes it took for my curling iron to warm up??
I can’t figure this out.
I came out of the restroom and told my co-worker, “I forgot to put on eyeliner this morning.”
To which she replied, “Yes, I noticed that right away.”
“WHAT?! And you didn’t say anything???” (May be on the hunt for some new coworkers.)
The only explanation I can figure is I was abducted by aliens this morning for about five minutes.
Either that, or I’ve lost my ever-lovin’ mind, and I refuse to believe that is true.