a day late and a trifle short.

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imagine my surprise 

when i found out

that the party i was going to tonight

at my sweet irish friend’s house

had already happened last night

and

 when i stopped over today

 it looked like

a great time was had by everyone 

especially those who were there on the right night.

img_7493-2i think this may have been a trifle.

“it gets late early out there.”

-yogi berra

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  1. Oh dear Beth, at least you arrived in time to wash the dishes 😉

    We must have experienced the same time warp. A couple of years ago I woke up with a start from an afternoon siesta. The alarm clock said seven. Panic ! I quickly got ready, present in hand I walked to the evening party venue and became totally confused as the sun was coming up over the mountains. Oh dear, it was 7:30 AM on the day of the party. At least I didn’t miss it as I arrived on time that evening. ❤

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  2. I know you hated missing a great party…I can’t believe that happened…OMG…you must have been SOOOOO surprised. Aw. I’m sorry you missed it. Have a fabulous christmas week…and I hope your sink is never filled with that many dishes at once…especially from the night before. 🙂

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  3. OMG, this is the way I often “roll,” Beth! I feel very good driving up to where I think I belong and feel, “Oh good! I am ahead of time!” (Then feel dismayed at being late. . .)
    My kids have texted me more this past year, “Don’t forget this or that. . .” 😀

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