Another thing. I’m incredibly busy and I have to admit that I sometimes miss something that someone says . . .

In their blog, for instance, or in a room where I am with that person.

This can get me into hot water.

I respond – I am hardly responding, unbeknownst to myself at the time, to what was said, but rather to what I thought was said.

I’ve just done it – with someone’s blog.

I didn’t notice that what I was responding to was a guest post – and not the person I thought I was responding to . . .

Ah!  Things become clear – but not to the poor person who, in all good faith (as it were) responds back to what I’ve said – me thinking it was someone else – and so the chain of misunderstanding . . .

And instead of saying to that person – sorry, I thought you were someone else (or, sorry, I only heard part of what you said) . . .

 go along with the latest situation I find myself in!

That I have created!

It is a mistake, dear people.

Come clean!

Admit your imperfection!

Don’t try to cover up!

Sorry, I wasn’t listening . . . I wasn’t seeing . . . my mind was elsewhere . . . sorry . . .

You are on the end of this chain (ah! ball and . . .*) that is dragging  – me – down – let go of me or you’ll drown with me – I’ll go on and go on pretending I haven’t made the mistake!

Does anyone else ever feel this way?

 

*Ah!  Janis Joplin!  Performance at Monterey.

4 thoughts on “Another thing. I’m incredibly busy and I have to admit that I sometimes miss something that someone says . . .

    1. Yes. It makes you wonder where you were when you fail to see ‘Guest Post’ in huge letters on the site, comment, be put in a queue for the writer’s ‘go-ahead-okay’ – wonder why that has happened when you have commented on this site before – doh! But that is what happened!

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