One of our favourite sayings is
“Elvis has left the building”, not
because we love Elvis, but it just
has such meaning and is multi
purpose. Now I am going to have
to learn to substitute “my brain
has left the building.” It’s not
menopause, it’s just life, things
happen, life goes forward, and
my brain leaves the building
without warning. Brain farts,
seniors moments, flash drive
Loss of train of thought, as in it left the station without you, didn’t they mention it?
You can call it what you want, it’s annoying when you suddenly have this blank spot where just a moment ago there was a thought. Especially when you are cooking dinner, and suddenly the recipe in your head is turned upside down by the total lack of recall. That usually only happens when I am cooking two different things, and forget to concentrate.
We end up with some pretty interesting dishes, coconut curry turkey burgers, and chilli bean, and yam spicy tortilla soup. They were all pretty good tasting, although I don’t know if I would recommend cooking like this.
My husband says I like to cook exotic food, this is the guy who loves creamed corn, I just say my brain has left the building, and the ingredients went with it.
If it’s not menopause what is it? Does your brain leave the building?
Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams