shapeshifter July 4, 2022 Share July 4, 2022 (edited) 3 hours ago, PBnJay said: There was a discussion on the radio this a.m. about whether one should be early, late or on time to an appointment. (I wondered if someone was reading here.) It was agreed "on time" wins, hands down. One person said for family dinners at 5, one person would always get there at 3 so the host would tell that person dinner was at 7. I love this part of your post probably more than I should, @PBnJay, hee. My 30-something daughter has a close friend since middle school who is generally 2 hours late for anything, so my daughter always tells her an event starts 2 hours earlier. I seem to recall that friend's wedding started late. Before all y'all jump to any conclusions, the Tardy Friend is a lovely human being whose lateness is probably always for an unselfish reason. I believe this in part because, for example, 10+ years ago when my daughter got stranded in Chicago after the trains had stopped running after a night of dancing with a piece of glass embedded in her foot, the Tardy Friend drove to the city (30 minutes), picked her up, and took her to urgent care to get stitched up. Edited July 4, 2022 by shapeshifter 3 1 1 2 Link to comment
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