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Old 01-23-2023, 07:10 AM   #1
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Losing my mind

Wow. I think Im losing my mind. We full time rv-ed for 4 years, and have been through a few rigs since becoming part time rv-ers again. We just bought a 5th wheel, and Im setting up the inside. I was just browsing through various forums, and happened upon the topic of storing glasses and mugs in an rv while traveling. I saw this idea in the attached screenshot, and remembered that I used to do this. I was so excited at remembering this because in getting ready for our trip I wasnt happy with how I was storing glasses. I thought Id respond to this person, thanking him or her for the reminder. Then I realized that it was an old topic - from 2016. I saw the green dot and thought, Oh look - that person is online. Num1dgh was an email address Id had for years, and I thought how odd it was that this person had my old username. Mmhmm. THIS WAS MY POST. AND still my username. So, yeah. Im taking advice from myself 6 1/2 years ago when I lived in an rv full time. 🤦🤦🤣 Im 57.hilarious.

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Wow. I think Im losing my mind. We full time rv-ed for 4 years, and have been through a few rigs since becoming part time rv-ers again. We just bought a 5th wheel, and Im setting up the inside. I was just browsing through various forums, and happened upon the topic of storing glasses and mugs in an rv while traveling. I saw this idea in the attached screenshot, and remembered that I used to do this. I was so excited at remembering this because in getting ready for our trip I wasnt happy with how I was storing glasses. I thought Id respond to this person, thanking him or her for the reminder. Then I realized that it was an old topic - from 2016. I saw the green dot and thought, Oh look - that person is online. Num1dgh was an email address Id had for years, and I thought how odd it was that this person had my old username. Mmhmm. THIS WAS MY POST. AND still my username. So, yeah. Im taking advice from myself 6 1/2 years ago when I lived in an rv full time. 🤦🤦🤣 Im 57.hilarious.

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They say the mind is the second thing to go. I forget what the first is.
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You're a brave man. That took a lot of nerve to post. But I understand; reminds me of myself.
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Wow. I think Im losing my mind. We full time rv-ed for 4 years, and have been through a few rigs since becoming part time rv-ers again. We just bought a 5th wheel, and Im setting up the inside. I was just browsing through various forums, and happened upon the topic of storing glasses and mugs in an rv while traveling. I saw this idea in the attached screenshot, and remembered that I used to do this. I was so excited at remembering this because in getting ready for our trip I wasnt happy with how I was storing glasses. I thought Id respond to this person, thanking him or her for the reminder. Then I realized that it was an old topic - from 2016. I saw the green dot and thought, Oh look - that person is online. Num1dgh was an email address Id had for years, and I thought how odd it was that this person had my old username. Mmhmm. THIS WAS MY POST. AND still my username. So, yeah. Im taking advice from myself 6 1/2 years ago when I





lived in an rv full time. 🤦🤦🤣 Im 57.hilarious.

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