I was asked to do something for a friend on October 31, Halloween, and I said I would get to it as soon as I could. It was kind of important, and I should have done it by now. But November has been a really rough month, with Thanksgiving, a lot of health stuff going on for me, a week off from school for my daughter, and I fell down on the job. I owned up to my mistake, apologized, and said I would get what I needed to do finished by Monday. Fair enough. Two adults, end of story.
Or at least I thought so till someone else told me that this friend complained to her that I hadn't done what she asked for two whole months. So I went back and confronted her. And she said yeah, the calendar had flipped over twice, so I had put her off for two months. I tried to explain that no, I hadn't, October 31 to December 5 was not two months, just because the calendar had changed twice, it was still five weeks. Five weeks is five weeks, no matter where they are. But she's sticking to her two months thing like glue. I'll do what I need to do by Monday because I said I would, but is there any other way I can explain to this thick-headed girl that just because we went through one day of October and the month of November into December, I didn't put her off for two months, because I feel like leaving her spitting out teeth!
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