Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Brain Fade

Last night I though up a good topic for a post. Before drifting off to sleep I composed most of it in my head so I'd be ready to go in the morning.
Unfortunately, I haven't the foggiest idea what the topic was . It's completely gone, filed somewhere in the storage area of my brain. Will it reappear? Perhaps. If it does I'll at least jot down a word or two to remind myself.

Until then, here's a little winter cross stitch to amuse you. It's called The Snowball Fight.
I've been doing a lot of stitching lately and I'll post a few of them over the next couple weeks. So till my brain clears out, good day.


SissySees said...

Love the snow and dragons!

My MIL tells me I'm too young to forget things. I just laugh at her and keep on forgetting...

Life with Wrigs said...

If it's any consolation, that happens to me all the time. I often think of things to share on the blog when Wrigs and I are hiking and mentally compose the entire post. Once I finally get around to sitting down at the computer, the idea (never mind the entire post) is long gone.

Love the cute cross stitch!

Susan and Wrigs

Anonymous said...

Glad to know its not just us that do that!

Your Pals
Susie & Bites

scotsmad said...

We know that mental storage problem well.

heard somewhere that the brain is like the Grand Canyon, constantly getting new stimuli. So the problem is retrieving the info. SHE's got lots of stuff in the Grand Canyon.

XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

Jo's World said...

This has happened to me as well.

Once I even got up and jotted down a Title line, then when morning came, I said, "What in the world is this all about."??? I still don't know. So don't feel bad!

Cheers and hugs,


Ruby said...

Oh, you can join the club with my Ma! BOL You just wouldn't believes how often it happens to hers!! hehehe Someday she's gonna have enough 'Lost bloggie posts' to write a novel!


gMarie said...

I hate when that happens. A lot to me lately. Mind you I don't even have a sweet winter cross stitch to share. I have a lovely dress cut and on the ironing board - just mocking me. g

Mitch and Molly said...

What a cute scene!
Our mom is the queen of forgetfulness!

Love ya lots,
Mitch and Molly

Dexter said...

I keep a pen and paper in my car. I do a lot of blog thinking during my commute but once I get to work, it all flies out of my head, so I make notes at stop lights. Post it notes are your friend.

Mango Momma

Soggibottom said...

I like x stitch too, or I used to :-) now never have the time.... BUT I LIKE THIS :-) x