I hate when I do something stupid. Well, maybe stupid is too strong a word. Maybe a better term would be absentminded or forgetful. I tend to do most of my absentminded stuff in the morning before I have had my morning fill of coffee. Though that doesn't mean that I am immune from it at other times of the day. My wife says that I suffer from Craft disease-I "Can't Remember A F---ing Thing."
One example of my early morning forgetfulness due to lack of coffee actually occurred while trying to prepare my first cup of joe. I fired up the Keurig coffee maker, put in a K-cup, and pressed the brew button. The only problem was that I forgot to put a mug on the Keurig to catch the coffee in as it brewed. Thankfully it wasn't too much of a mess.
The coffee making fiasco only happened once, well nearly twice but I caught myself the second time. Most of my early morning forgetfulness involves keys, as in, forgetting to put my keys in my pocket before heading out the door to work leaving me locked out of my car and my house. Fortunately, each time this has occurred, the wife has been home and I had my cell phone with me so that I could call and wake her up to let me back in.
I had another incident with getting locked out of something when I got my current car. After the car salesman dropped the car at our house, I was checking things out. Most of my recent vehicles had automatic locks so that you locked the car by pressing a button on your key chain. This one has good old fashion manual locks. As you can probably guess, I put the keys down inside the car, shut the door, and locked the keys in the car. We had to have roadside assistance send out an emergency locksmith Calgary.
Of course, getting locked out of your car or house isn't the only reason you might need a locksmith Calgary. Our house is getting up there in years. We had a front door lock that kept sticking. Sure, we could get in, but it was getting harder and harder to turn the key. Another problem is that my wife suspected that her sister, who had a spare key, was sometimes visiting our house when we weren't home and helping herself to a thing or two. So, we ended up changing the lock on the door.
I haven't had any recent bouts with my early morning forgetfulness. I try to make sure that before I head out the door that I have everything I need before closing the door. That means patting myself down to make sure I have the keys and the cell phone. Still, my wife still maintains that I am suffering from Craft Disease as I tend to forget some small details of conversations she claims we have had. At least I haven't locked myself out of anything recently.