Nothing Tuesday

Da Goddess @ 20:20

I started a post last night with music, but was too tired to follow through. Today yielded the exact same results.

The drive to San Diego was uneventful, save for a dust storm and a rain storm. The drive back was uneventful, save for the fact I left my fucking wallet in a bathroom stall at a travel stop attached to a casino. I didn’t realize it until we were already an hour away.

About 500 calls later, it hadn’t been turned in and I had to call to cancel my Visa debit card, my EBT card, and I still have an incredible amount of calls left to make. Insurance, DMV (again! And which has already proved to be nigh on impossible), social security, and I need to call about my birth certificate. I know the last two items shouldn’t have been in my wallet, but they were there for a reason. Also, my vaccination record was in there.

What really kills me is that the last note my mom ever wrote me was in the wallet. Photos of the kids. Ticket stubs from long ago concerts. Eighteen guitar picks I’ll never be able to replace. Things like that.

I know as time goes on, I’ll think of other items I’ll need to replace, but for now I’m just kicking myself each and every time I remember what happened. It’s the preferred option when compared to an accident or someone breaking into the car amd stealing all the things in there. We were lucky in that sense.

Exhausted by my own stupidity, I leave you with absolutely no music and 100% permission to laugh at my misfortune.

Until…um…next time, I guess.


  1. Oh, no!! The cards are bad enough, but personal items you can never replace?? Especially the note. That is horrible. I am so sorry.

    Why don’t you have an emoji of someone crying?

    Comment by pam — 2022/08/12 @ 04:12

  2. I’m not kicking myself any more. Yes, I screwed up, but I can’t undo it. Thus far, I’ve replaced my important cards and I’m in the process of getting a copy of my most recently updated vaccine card. The social security, driver’s license, and birth certificate will take more time.

    Thankfully, I have more notes from my mom and that’s a good thing.

    From now on, I’m carrying the bare minimum with me wherever I go.

    Comment by Da Goddess — 2022/08/14 @ 18:44

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