OK, this is a true tale that I tell, a bit long but a tale to beware. This am (6am) when I awakened and was going about the house in the usual fibro fog I knew that I needed to brush my teeth. So I'm in front of the mirror looking at this person wondering who let this bag woman into the house and I would, however, on occasion recongize myself. I continued to watch the bag lady and I Gragged the toothbrush and a tube of goo from the counter. As I conintued to stare and reconize this person with the wrinkles and the age spots, gray hair,etc I squeezed the tube of goo onto my brush. Now besides tooth paste on my counter I happen to have goo for a woman's nether regions for a someime problem; let's just put it this way; I don't use corn starch instead of baby power because I might bake bread down there; when it hits me; I don't KNOW WHICH GOO IS ON MY BRUSH; hmmmmmmmmmm YUCK....now I spend the next 10 minutes going back and forth in the dark going is it or not.....so within the full grip of the fibro fog I finally decide that the best thing to do is to throw away the toothbrush and start all over with a new one and so I am off to the store .....well, if I can find my keys; I'm jumping up and down now....GOOD MORNING AMERICA
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