I hope I never do.
My sister has her eccentricities. Not me. I'm completely normal.
A normal person . . .
1. Laughs aloud at talking babies on Facebook.
2. Goes to the kitchen. Gazes in the refrigerator. Closes the door, and back to the living room. Then I realize I planned to wash dishes.
3. Carry a bottle of medicine or another small item until distracted. Leave it where I stand. Two hours later, you'll find me pacing and begging God, "PLEASE tell me where I left it."
And my doctor says I don't get enough exercise.
4. Debate myself quietly (but aloud) in the grocery store on this brand or that. When the sympathetic crowd gathers to watch, I place my hand on my ear and say, “Talk to you later, Harry.” Some cell phones are small, you know.
5. Believe God created Caller ID for me. Spam calls make me angry. Why yell at the poor soul who makes a living that way? For six months out of twelve, I took those calls. I heard that lovely feedback. So I don't answer 800 numbers. Eventually (months) the company stops calling.
What do you do that’s normal?
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