FBS: It’s Just Me

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  1. When I used to work at a clothing store, I would wake up in the middle of the night and wrack my brain trying to remember if I locked the door and set the alarm. I actually drove back to the store a few nights just in case. I eventually did “association”, and as I was locking the door I would notice something and say to myself “as I was locking the door, I saw a red car”. It helped so much!

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    1. Thank you so much for being here. Yes, I know how being intentional makes a difference. I can imagine at the end of your night, you wanted to get home. Slowing my roll, as you describe, has helped along with just accepting me! Have a beautiful summer evening!

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  2. Ah my dear friend, we are so much more alike than I realized! I’m glad you penned a term for it! I will be using it henceforth with your permission 🙂 love this and love you! Thanks for the reminders not to get defensive. Sometimes it is a hard task to do so. Hugs.

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    1. So glad I named something for you! In two earlier posts, I named it and many women resounded. You may certainly share the term, dear. Let me know if you want links to the older posts. In the meantime, I received those hugs and sending some back 🙂

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  3. This is hilarious! FBS, filghtiness, sound kinda cute when handled with humour as you do. Thank God for His grace and the love of those He has placed in our lives. And it’s true: even our mistakes often help to fulfill His purpose. Have a beautiful July, Julie, you and your family!

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  4. Kiokiokiokiokiokiokiokiokiokiokio…
    This feels so great! See me thinking I forget for a living. I think you beat me to my village and back!

    Thanks for sharing our flaw through God’s light. It feels a lot better.
    *winks*

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  5. Love this. It’s good to know someone has a FBS just because it’s a personality trait (but is it?) I can truly blame mine on chemo brain. That’s my story, and I’m sticking to it. Even though I am -ahem- older. and maybe have a weak memory gene. It’s also good to know that these weaknesses allow us to depend on God more! I like that! As for keys, wallets and cell phones? I have adopted the excuse of being compulsive/obsessive when someone catches me triple checking for them before I lock myself out of the house or car. Big smiles! http://restginhisshadow.com/thats-my-story if you want another laugh. .

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    1. Thank you for being here, April. FBS is just a term I have made up. I really did think it was temporary, at first. Now I can recall some of the flighty things my mom did, even before she started chemo! I will check out your story, dear, but probably not this weekend. My husband is a police officer and is off for these next couple days 🙂 Blessings to you and your body, Julie

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