Saturday, July 12, 2008

I Blew It!


Boy, is my face red.

In yesterday's post, I left off one of the best entries in my Par-tay with Attitude Contest.

Deborah over at A Mountain of Weight to Lose wrote a fabulous post about ADHD: Attitude, Diligence, Habit and Determination. How could I have forgotten to list it yesterday? It was one of my favorites!

Deborah, a public apology goes out to you. I am so sorry, and I hope you can forgive my perimenopausal memory. I use the expression quite often these days of having a "Swiss cheese moment," when my head seems to be full of holes. Yesterday was a major Swiss cheese post! Please forgive me, and email me your address so I can send off a little nine-patch mini-mini quilt for you, as well (qdinca@aol.com).

I think they'll be a whole bunch of crow included with your prize!

How embarrassing! Please let me know if I've forgotten anyone else. And thank you, Cammy, for the gentle reminder.


Until next time...

9 comments:

Deborah said...

It was no biggy. I just figured I didn't make it as an honorable mention.

Nicole said...

Awww! What a cute apology. I liked the adorable photos, too. :o)

Once again, I'm thanking you for your kind words. Thank you for taking the time to write that note today. :D

Cammy said...

Congrats to all the winners!

(I soooo identify with the 'swiss cheese moments'!)

Susie said...

I love your analogy of "swiss cheese moments" :)
That puppy is adorable!
xo

Needled Mom said...

Don't you just hate it when your mind starts misfiring???? This was a very cute post and I am sure the apology is well accepted.

Lora said...

Gee Patti, we all have "swiss cheese" moments at our age! How ambitious you are - making all those mini quilts!

RunningNan said...

WOW.. That's what I'm going to call those moments from now on... Trust me.. I have plenty of them!

Dinah Soar said...

This is the first time I've read your blog...got the link from Kathy Calculates. Just finished reading your "meltdown" post. I'm a WW life-timer...lost 50 pounds, gained most of it back, so I identify with you and your frustration.

I'd like to suggest the book Intuitive Eating if you haven't already read it. It has helped me in a way nothing else has. I've done a little blogging about it recently too.

I got fat dieting in the first place, back in my 20's--I wasn't fat---just thought I was--dieting altered my relationship with food and ruined forever any peace with eating...30+ years later I'm still struggling. Intuitive Eating is the first thing that's ever made me think there is hope, beyond dieting, to finally achieve weight loss and maintenance.

BTW: the pet photos are adorable!

Kelli said...

You are such a sweetie, Pattie! I have those swiss cheese moments, too. :0)
Hugs,
Kelli