Ummm… What Goes Here Again?

forgot-dayHey, Forgetful Friends!

Today is…umm…oh shoot! What day is it again? I forgot. Wait a minute—that’s it. Today is I Forgot Day. We all have rough days where everything seems to slip our mind. These are the days where you walk into the other room for something and once you’re there…you…can’t quite…remember what it was you…meant to grab.

These days can range from frustrating, to devastating, to unbelievable. For instance, I’d much rather forget my purpose in walking into another room than forget my mother’s birthday (February 15). But I’d gladly forget either of those things as opposed to forgetting my pants when I go into the office at work.

Though my memory is stupendous, I am one of the most forgetful people I know. That sounds like a paradox, but it’s not. See, I can recall things that impress and sometimes baffle other people; yet, I swear, I hold the record for trips to the grocery store made WITHOUT bringing my wallet along…

But I digress. Anyway, what was I talking about again?

Ah, yes! Forgetting things! It’s easy to do which is why there’s an entire day dedicated to us forgetful folks. Today is meant for those poor saps out there who forgot their mother’s birthday or something even worse (if there is anything worse).

I don’t know if it’s worse than your mom’s b-day, but forgetting camp clothes and other essential items at summer camp can be a real nuisance. That’s why, as most camps already suggest, you should label EVERYTHING.

Our Clothing Name Labels and Stick-On Name Labels from Everything Summer Camp are sure to help you remember your belongings. After all, It’s a lot harder to forget about something when it’s got your name on it! Our full color iron-on name labels will take care of your clothes and you can tag your toothbrush, water bottle, shoes, and other camp gear with our colorful and durable Stick-Ons.

Thanks for reading, Camp Fans. And don’t forget to…uh…uhh…hmm. What was I about to say?
- John

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