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1. I left a message on someone's machine and instead of leaving MY number I left my friends... Thankfully, I realized it AFTER I hung up and was able to recall and leave a NEW message giving my REAL number... how embarrassing!

2. Load the kids in the car and leave for preschool. Only to have my gas light chime as I am entering the neighborhood 18 miles to empty... I look over and yup... NO wallet. So I turn around, dash inside, and grab my wallet! (I still made it to preschool ON TIME!!!)

3. Trek to preschool and watch the said gas light continue to get lower and lower and PRAYING to make it to the gas station... I totally do! I swipe my card, put in the nozzle, select my fuel type and start pumping only as I go to push the lever that lets the pump pump for you so you don't have to stand out in the frigid wind... yeah its broke. Why am I a moron you ask? I forgot my coat and I am only wear a thin jersey t-shirt. Plus the wind is whipping and I swear it was 10 below zero out there! Yeah, I. AM. A. MORON! Let's just say 5 gallons was added to my tank of fumes and I will need to get gas later....

4. I am sure there will be more and I will update as I see fit! Hope your Monday is not as MORONIC as mine!

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