I used to blog about this occasionally on Live Spaces when it still existed. Why is it that every can label or jar label for that matter...doesn't matter which--- is always put into the shelves backward when I put groceries away? Why can I never ever ever get the label with what is in the can/jar facing out? I would have to make a deliberate effort with each can to do that. It never happens by chance for me. I don't like the idea of inspecting and turning each item as I put it up but looks like I will have to. I can't even get the law of averages to work for me. I have it facing in every TIME!
And bread will fall onto the floor when it feels like it and always with rare exception onto it's face where the butter or jelly or mayo is. Never on it's back which is dry. Just as Erma Bombeck said "Jelly Side Down".
Why can't I get thru a doorway here at home without a. knocking my elbow on the frame or knob OR b. catching my sleeve on the door knob jerking me backwards as I always walk at the speed of light.
How come when there is a glass or cup with any amount of liquid in it sitting on the table/counter, my outstretched hands' fingers graze it and tip it over. Sigh.
What's up with going across a scatter rug and my toe 8 times out of 10 will turn up the edge and make me have to stop and turn it back down?
Why does my book close on its own with no warning and my place is gone? Admittedly this happens when I am trying to handle several things while holding the book open in my left hand... but still, for pity sakes! Gimme a BREAK on the slamming yourself shut and the bookmark fluttering to the floor. Sigh.
And I would love NOT to drop the house and car keys onto the porch while juggling things to get the house door open and hold the keys for insertion at the same time. Slips from my boneless fingers most times.