Because today is Be Late For Something Day, our Sunday Scribblings prompt for this week is Late. If you decide to write a post based on this week’s prompt, be sure to go back here and share your link so everyone can see how you interpreted things! Here’s what I did with it…
I am very rarely late to anything. In fact, I’d say that I arrive early for things 98% of the time. To me, if I arrive on time, I feel like I’m late.
When I was in college, if I thought I would be late for a class, I just wouldn’t go. I’d rather miss the whole thing than show up a few minutes late.
I don’t usually take time to sleep late. When I do, I often find that it’s something I can’t do. Most weekends, I have no need to set an alarm, so sleeping late becomes a real option. Only I still wake up around 6 or 7 o’clock.
This morning I managed to sleep late. I don’t know how I pulled it off, but I didn’t wake up until just before 10:00. And as good as it can feel to sleep that late, I’m not sure I like doing it. Because I feel like I’ve wasted a part of my day.
Not that I had any plans to do anything today. I’d actually managed to get my paperwork done early this week, so I have nothing work related to deal with today. And tomorrow’s a holiday… And since I don’t have a car at the moment, I’ll just be hanging out here at home doing a lot of nothing.
Oh… why don’t I have a car? It’s in the shop. It’s a bit of a long story but she died on Thursday and it turns out I need a new fuel pump. This is not a cheap fix, unfortunately. But I should have it back by Tuesday evening. Ugh.
Anyway, that has nothing to do with being late.
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