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tiny450 posted:
Anyone had to deal with your mind going so fast you do not register things? I just made a fool out of myself in the grocery store..thankfully we have other stores here so I can make the rounds until I run out and have to start over...maybe by that time the clerks will have forgotten the lady that majorly goofed...it is a blizzard out so I am not going any where any more today..thanks for "listening"
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nimchoo responded:
tiny450, don't feel bad. Everyone goofs. Who cares if you messed up? They don't know what was going through your mind. I'm sure they've had days when they did something or forgot to do something so routine because they were distracted. I used to be a waitress and I always forgot how to do the most routine things because my mind was focused on something else. And my customers didn't mind because people understand what it's like to be distracted. And trust me, they get so many customers they won't remember you. They're probably too busy to look at you. And if they do, who cares? Keep your head high. They don't know you.


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