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Oh, I did laugh my share of laughter at the old joke on Age Activated Attention Deficit Disorder(AAADD), just a few years ago. Little did I know that I would come up with my own version, extracted directly from my own interesting days, so early in my Life.

I was getting my son’s school bag ready, throwing his books and tiffin box into it.
I remembered that his water bottle was in the bedroom.
I went to get it and saw that the bed was unmade.
I just started making the bed when I saw that he had left his glass of milk near the bed the previous night, so I took it into the kitchen.
One glance at the pile of unclean dishes in the sink and I started on them.
Then I realised that breakfast was not cooked.
I took the iddli batter from the refrigerator, ready to pour into the iddli cooker, when I looked out of the kitchen window and remembered that I need to run the washing machine, else there would be no clothes left to wear.
Hurriedly I pulled some unwashed dresses from here and there, and rushed to thrust them into the machine when I noticed that my plants were not watered and the unkind Sun was bearing on them.
I was about to throw down the clothes and start watering them when my son came out ready for school and looked around for his bag…

The school-bag not ready, the bed unmade, the dishes not done, breakfast uncooked, clothes unwashed, plants not watered, I begin the cycle again…

Attention deficit? Laugh, my good reader, laugh…
I hope you have some stories to share with me as well.

By |2018-12-10T15:45:31+00:00February 21st, 2010|Anecdotes, Pixel|10 Comments

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  1. Sreenath February 21, 2010 at 1:30 pm - Reply

    Wow!!!… Thats some attention u give!!!
    Wonder where the other "better half" is 🙂 … Reading a paper?

  2. ullas February 22, 2010 at 2:42 am - Reply

    Idli mavu pole fridgeil ninnum rekshapetta jeevithangal.

  3. Elizabeth February 22, 2010 at 4:46 am - Reply

    I am happy that I am not obsessed about many things…otherwise may end up doing lots of things, yet nothing fruitful in the end..

    Hilarious post and the joke too 🙂

  4. karthi nair February 22, 2010 at 5:35 am - Reply

    Hilarious post!! 😀

  5. In love with my life February 22, 2010 at 10:30 am - Reply

    * sheepish smile* I do this a lot these days. And find myself in exactly the same spot!

    U think it might be mid- life crisis?

  6. Anonymous February 22, 2010 at 11:17 am - Reply

    Hi Jeena!! I came to ur blog thro silverine and got hooked… when i started reading this post i was immediately reminded of my cousin in pondy who is exactly like this (she related herself to revathi of kilukkam). Lovely reading you.

    Smita Jay

  7. Soli February 24, 2010 at 7:23 am - Reply

    Hahaha

  8. Anonymous February 24, 2010 at 7:37 am - Reply

    i tend to clean like that – i go round in circles and it gets done in the end 🙂 The problem comes when someone walks in, and sees the chaos – vacuum cleaner out in middle of floor, ready to be used, clothes in basket ready to go down to laundry, etc, and they think i'm disorganised :O i'm just slightly scattered 🙂

  9. Jean February 25, 2010 at 5:15 pm - Reply

    Sreenath: No, the other (better or worse) half was getting the four-year-old ready! 😉

    Ullas, Elizabeth, Karthi, In love with my life, Soli: Thanks a lot for your comments!

    Smita: Thanks for visiting. Revathi of Kilukkam? God, I hope not, LOL!

    stinginthetail: Sure am happy to know I am not alone! 🙂

  10. sweelie February 26, 2010 at 7:39 am - Reply

    hahaha… thank god i didnt experience the phase/syndrome yet!!! came through silverine's blog…

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