1. You run a stop sign. Right after you run it, you realize that you've just (for the first time in your life) run a stop sign, and you find yourself being fascinated, marvelling at your job's ability to scatter your brain.
2. Two days after you run aforementioned stop sign, you pass through an intersection on your way home, and realize that the cars traveling in your direction in the other lanes have stopped. You can only assume that you have now run a light that had just turned red. You begin feeling a little concerned for your saftey (and for the safety of those around you).
3. Instead of turning the flame on the stove off, you turn it down to the lowest setting. Your husband notices this just before you go to bed and before the kitchen catches on fire. You realize that you would care about this if you weren't so incredibly tired.
4. You are surprised that you have not yet locked your keys in the classroom, house, or car. It amazes you that you have not rear-ended another car or gotten into an accident in another way. (Then again, you have done that before, while all the other points on this list are firsts.)
I start school tomorrow.
My to-do list fills a whole sheet of paper, and I have 12 hours to accomplish everything and sleep. Not at all impossible, so long as I don't attempt driving anywhere.