Wednesday, July 11, 2007


I would like to shout out a grateful but embarrassed 'Thank you" to Aisby.
The ironic thing is that her blog is called "Maybe I'm Just Confused," whereas today it is obviously ME that is confused.
Just awhile ago, in the wee hours of the morning, I put up Thursday Thirteen lists on all three of my blogs. Yes. I was so proud of myself, for getting them all posted... I figured it was so studious of me to get them up shortly after midnight, so I didn't have to worry about whether I'd have them posted early enough tomorrow.
Just as I was getting ready to go to bed, patting myself on the back for a job well done, I got a comment in my inbox. It was a comment for one of the lists I'd posted.
Cool, I thought! A comment already!
It was from Aisby.
Her comment was " How come you're posting a Thursday Thirteen on a Tuesday night????"
I am an idiot.
What was I thinking?
Thanks, Aisby, for setting me straight.
I've taken down the T-13's and will re-post them when Thursday actually arrives.
LOL!! How embarrassing!
It's things like this that prove my brain really is made of instant oatmeal.


Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

sigh, if it was me i'd say "idiot". i do stuff like that all the time. now with everyone using readers i try hard to check but still get confused!

smiles, bee

Matt-Man said...

Just like a teacher like Aisby to correct you!! Cheers Janna.

Aisby said...

You're no idiot. You're just overly prepared!!

Lynda said...

I wish it WAS Thursday.

Morgen said...

Hey. It was a day that started with a T. What more do people want, anyway?

Steven said...

I knew you were a woman before your time!

Desert Songbird said...

You MEANT to do that, right? Right?! (Work with me here, Janna, work with me...)

Michael said...

It must be the heat, 99 degrees in parts here.

Janna said...

Bee: I'm confused a lot these days too.

Matt-man: Will I have to stay after school now?

Aisby: I hope that's a GOOD thing...

Lynda: Today IS Thursday, now! :)

Morgen: I know! Lower your standards, people!

Steven: I have a time?

Desert Songbird: Um... YES, of COURSE I meant to do that. It was a sociological exercise to discern the effects of time and space in the blogosphere, and whether or not the effects remain consistent with Einstein's theory of relativity. My hope was that by putting Thursday's post on Tuesday night, I would actually cause time to move at a different rate, much as it does at the edge of a black hole...

Michael: THAT's it... I'm blaming it on the heat, everyone. It's the heat. It's ALWAYS the heat.