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#1 juleebella

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Posted 12 August 2018 - 09:49 AM

Woke up early this morning totally convinced it was Monday.  Went to the kitchen to start my normal Monday weekday routine.  Turned on the news and there was a preacher.  Wait, what?  Turned to another channel, and there was another normally Sunday morning show.  What?!?  Looked at my computer, phone, calendar, etc.  Yay!  Sunday, not a work day!  (At least not at the office)


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#2 juleebella

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Posted 12 August 2018 - 11:02 AM

Anyone else ever done that before?  Back in the day when my husband worked at the Fed or AJC (worked at both), he leapt out of bed at 3:00 AM.  MIL and BIL did pretty much the same thing hoping to not miss a flight.  BIL worked for Delta, perks, and took his Mom for a good Mother/Son time.

 

Always great to find more time.



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Posted 12 August 2018 - 11:41 AM

Once in college I got back to the dorm after class and decided to take a nap (it was finals week so I hadn't gotten much sleep).  This was about 5PM or so.  I woke up a little after 8 and immediately thought it was 8AM.  I had a final exam at 8AM so I freaked out, got ready in about 5 minutes, and ran outside to go to class late. It wasn't until I got outside and it was dark that I realized it was PM, not AM.  Duh.


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#4 Blunt Trauma

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Posted 12 August 2018 - 11:53 AM

Closest I ever came to something like that was walking into the dentist office 23 hours and 45 minutes late. And feeling so proud that I was 15 minutes early for once, in my mind.


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#5 juleebella

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Posted 12 August 2018 - 12:38 PM

Once in college I got back to the dorm after class and decided to take a nap (it was finals week so I hadn't gotten much sleep).  This was about 5PM or so.  I woke up a little after 8 and immediately thought it was 8AM.  I had a final exam at 8AM so I freaked out, got ready in about 5 minutes, and ran outside to go to class late. It wasn't until I got outside and it was dark that I realized it was PM, not AM.  Duh.

LOL!  Good feeling though, correct?


Closest I ever came to something like that was walking into the dentist office 23 hours and 45 minutes late. And feeling so proud that I was 15 minutes early for once, in my mind.

 

Ha!



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Posted 13 August 2018 - 07:02 AM

Closest I ever came to something like that was walking into the dentist office 23 hours and 45 minutes late. And feeling so proud that I was 15 minutes early for once, in my mind.

 

Walked up to the Delta check in at HJ one time (back when it was just Hartsfield) and started to check when when the agent told me my flight had left yesterday.   Oops.  

 

I've gotten up on Holiday's a few times and gotten ready for work.   Yep, a good feeling to realize you can go back to bed. 

 

I've also been headed to the store for something and thinking about something else and found myself 6 miles on the way to work instead of to the store I was headed to.  On autopilot I guess.


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Posted 14 August 2018 - 06:43 AM

I was in high school and my alarm went off so I got up, used the bathroom, went into the kitchen, got my doughnut breakfast, turned on the TV and wondered why the Twilight Show was on instead of my usual Mr. Wizard. That's when I realized it was 2:00 a.m and I'd dreamt that my alarm had gone off. Double goodness--I got to go back to bed AND I got another doughnut for breakfast at the normal time!
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Posted 14 August 2018 - 11:28 AM

Once in college I got back to the dorm after class and decided to take a nap (it was finals week so I hadn't gotten much sleep).  This was about 5PM or so.  I woke up a little after 8 and immediately thought it was 8AM.  I had a final exam at 8AM so I freaked out, got ready in about 5 minutes, and ran outside to go to class late. It wasn't until I got outside and it was dark that I realized it was PM, not AM.  Duh.

 

I've done something similar.


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