We all have those moments when we think we’re the only one who does something weird or crazy, strange or embarrassing, and then we wonder if anyone else in the world feels the same way. Well, I’m here to tell you that you’re not alone! In fact, there are probably a lot of others who have had the same “you too? I thought it was just me” moments. We can often find humor in these moments, knowing that we’re all in this together. 

Let’s look at some 

— Thinking how nice it to see drive through restaurant attendant’s smiling, laughing or looking around the corner at you then realize they heard you singing Jesus songs really loud. 

— Noticing people in the next car over watching you bop to your Jesus music. 

— Pulling a door that says “push” instead of “pull.” 

— Waving back at someone, only to realize that they were waving at someone else. 

— replying with “you, too” even when it doesn’t make sense in context. 

— When you mess up your words. Kind of like your Toung gets stuck over your eye tooth, and you can’t see what you’re saying. 

— Opening your purse and the entire contents falling out 

— Losing your balance and ending up taking out a stranger. 

— Missing your mouth and making a mess of your shirt at a restaurant. 

— Forgetting the pause in Matt Redman’s ‘10,000 reasons’ song. 

— Dropping the offering plate 

— Forgetting to put your phone on silent in church. 

— When your stomach makes grumbly sounds during prayer. 

— When You’re the adult and press the “try me” button on a toy at the store and can’t figure out how to make it quit. 

— Wait… Why did I come in here? 

— Talking out loud to your friend who you thought was walking right behind you. 

Here are some other thoughts on these moments 

— They can be a reminder that we’re all human, and we all have our quirks. 

— They can help us to connect with others who may have had the same experiences. 

— They can teach us to be more humble and less judgmental. 

— They can help us to see the humor in life, even in the midst of difficult times. 

So next time you have one of those moments, don’t be afraid to embrace it! It might just make your day a little bit brighter. 

In the end, these moments are a reminder that we’re all part of the same body of Christ, and we’re all in this together. So, let’s not be afraid to laugh at ourselves, and let’s support each other through the good times and the bad. 

After all, we’re all just human beings, trying to figure out this thing called life. And that’s okay! 

Here’s a bonus “you too? I thought it was just me” moment for you: 

— When you’re trying to write a blog post about “you too? I thought it was just me” moments, and you can’t think of any good examples. 

(I hope you found that one funny!) 

But seriously, I hope this post made you smile. And if you have any “you too? I thought it was just me” moments that you’d like to share, please feel free to leave a comment below. I’d love to hear them

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  1. OH yes, I can be pretty clutzy and am forever trying to push doors that say pull and vice versa!

    1. Me too, Joanne, me too. LOL.

  2. Yes to pushing/pulling door, messing up my words, losing my balance, and pressing the buttons on toys in a store! How about this one which I’ve done a few times? I’ve walked up to strangers and said hi and maybe even called them by their name thinking it’s someone I know and haven’t seen in a long while, only to have a stranger turn around and it’s not them!!

  3. I have done so many of these!
    Let me see, the saying, me, too, waving to people who were not waving to me, stealing my purse, contents, and the list goes on.

    It’s so embarrassing in the moment, but maybe as I’ve been getting older, I’ve learned that it’s not so much of a big deal. Now, I have to worry about embarrassing my teenagers, where, as I am a little bit more relaxed about it.

    Thanks for sharing this lightheaded post!

    1. You’re welcome Laurie. I have to say also it seems like my overfilled purse likes to dump out in the car, then I have to go digging for the contents, change is the worst.

  4. Visiting again to say thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedLinkParty 125. Pinned.

    1. You are so very welcome 🤗

  5. We sure do all have those moments. May we learn not to take ourselves too seriously. Another me too moment … when you are expecting a call, the phone rings, and you begin talking but … it wasn’t the person you were expecting 😂

    1. Oh my gosh yes! Or wondering where my phone is and realize I’m talking on it. Lol 🤣

  6. Oh my, so many of these things Paula! I am learning to laugh at myself, and YEs remember I’m just human!

  7. Thanks for the laughs, Paula, I’m laughing with you and not at you. Talking to people I think are by me, then discovering they aren’t because they walked out of the room is a big one for me.

    1. Lol. I end up laughing at myself a lot. Also add looking for my phone, then realizing I’m talking on it. 🤣

  8. I can relate to this so much. I have pushed a door that has said pull. I felt so silly, but shortly after I saw so many other people did the same.

  9. Yes, I can relate to a number of these you listed.
    Thank you for telling us where you hang out and party.
    Thank you for sharing your various links with us at #274 SSPS Linky. Hope to see you again next week.

  10. I often marvel at people on their mobile phones while on holiday, wondering if they knew that just looking up would have the same effect on them as it’s having on me.
    Thanks for linking with #pocolo

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