Flashback Monday? Just go with it.

Now that I got my little "I'm rubber and you're glue" hissy-fit out of my system, I can get on with more important (and more importantly) fun things. Like my 3-days late Flashback Friday. But hey, that's who I am. I'm late. At life. I was late to work this morning even. (Though that one really wasn't my fault. Have you ever been boxed in at the daycare drop-off line for 15 minutes? As inconsiderate and rude as it was of those slow-moving front parkers, I think handled it quite well. There was no horn blowing and my blood pressure didn't even rise...outside of the already elevated norm anyway. Thank you very much.)

I've always been a creature of habit. Always. This hasn't gotten better with age, and I don't anticipate that it will. So when I got up Saturday morning and did the dishes that I had left in the sink on Friday night (because I always do that)...

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