Sunday, August 15, 2010

Losing My Mind

Today at work my boss asked me what was happening tomorrow, tomorrow being Sunday.  I told him nothing, I was just off.  He replied that I had requested Sunday off, that was why he had given it to me.  Now I have no idea why I requested it off...I'm sure something was happening if I asked for it off.  But what?

A mind is a terrible thing to see vanish....


Travis Cody said...

Maybe it's a concert? You had dinner plans with a friend who was only in town for the day? A book signing for a favorite writer?

I don't know...I hope you remember!

JohnH985 said...

I figured it was a concert, but after searching all the local clubs can't find anyone that I would have been interested in seeing. Racked my brain and haven't figured it out, so I figure I'll just enjoy the day off. Not often I get a Sunday off.

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