Hi, I’m Steve and I’m temporally challenged.
There, I admitted it. I can’t keep time straight.
If an event, appointment, or whatever is not written down in my Day-Timer, I’m not responsible. I know the rest of the civilized world uses their smartphones, but where I work, electronic devices are not permitted (Don’t ask–it will only make your head hurt), so I rely on paper and pencil.
Unfortunately, however, my analog calendar is defective. I’ve replaced it many times, but it doesn’t help. My calendar says that the first day of summer is June 21st. However, everyone says that summer starts on Memorial Day.
When it’s 90 degrees Fahrenheit outside, I think it’s summer and look for shorts, the stores feature back to school items.
The day after Halloween, everybody is promoting Christmas.
When I need a coat or winter gloves the stores are displaying swimwear.
It’s obvious that my calendar is defective. Unfortunately, there’s no software patch for an analog, cellulose based, paper calendar.