I think my brain has a short circuit. Lately I've been saying things without thinking and it's getting a little out of hand. No, not like insulting things or inappropriate things - just the wrong thing for that moment. I feel like I'm stuck in a Brian Reagan sketch. Particularly the "you too" one, which can be enjoyed here.
For example, yesterday was my day off. A mom called me with a question and after talking to her for several minutes we were wrapping up our convo and she said, "Enjoy the rest of your day off." Without thinking, I enthusiastically said, "You too. Bye." It wasn't her day off. I knew that. But I just blurted it out and there was no turning back.
Seriously, this has happened to me five or six times in the last three days, and once was at a funeral:
"I'm so sorry for your loss," I said.
"Thank you. You are so sweet. Have a nice day, Erin," said the lovely mourning lady.
"You too!" said the babbling idiot that has been running around in my body.
Really? I said have a nice day to a woman who was burying her husband in a matter of hours.
Totally appropriate, right?