I can never remember where you are supposed to put the stamp on an envelope. Left corner? Right corner? I think I usually get it wrong.
I also can't remember the zip code of the house where I lived for 14 years.
I have a talent for cracking nuts and removing the nut intact and pristine from the shell. I have an exceptional gift when it comes to pecans.
I am very good at cards. Seriously, do not play cards with me unless you want to lose, and badly. Also, dominoes.
However, I suck at Yahtzee.
I can still do the splits. Ok, so only right splits and it hurts like a bitch, but still, not too bad for a 33 year old mother of two.
I am master of all I survey when it comes to there/their/they're and your/you're, but its/it's is the very bane of my existence. (Does anybody have a superfly way to remember that? And don't give me that old dog scratching fleas crap, because that does absolutely no good if you still can't remember which one gets the apostrophe, which I can't.) (Y'all, thanks, but I don't really need an explanation of the contraction vs. possessive deal, which I can (and often do) look up. What I need is a way to actually remember that for longer than two and a half minutes.)
Ok, enough, just ignore that last one, please, I am begging you. Because if one more person gives me the grammatical rule for that I am going to scream. My problem is not that I can't figure out what the rule is, the problem is that I can't remember it, so telling me that "it's" is "it is" does no good since I will not remember that tomorrow. And now enough, no more comments on that subject. Seriously, don't do it, I'm getting crabby here.