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This one was the big wake up call. For my vacation, I went to visit a friend. While I was packing, I said something about how I hoped I didn't forget anything. My friend was like "Whatever, who cares if you forget your toothbrush, we have drugstores here." It took me embarrassingly long to figure out what she meant: If I forgot my toothbrush/shampoo/contact case, I could just go buy another one, even though I had a perfectly good one at home. That mindset is SO FOREIGN to me. I remember on trips when I was a kid, if I forgot my toothbrush I would have to brush with my finger, or if I forgot my bathing suit then I couldn't go swimming, or if I forgot my socks then I'd be wearing my sneakers without them. I wasn't at all a forgetful kid (and I suspect that's why), but this blows my mind. Somehow as an adult, I never put together "forgot toothbrush" + "toothbrushes are like $2" and realized "I can buy another toothbrush," because that conclusion would just not ever have happened in my family. What else am I not putting together?!
الساعة الآن 08:40 AM.