I will be alone again, naturally.
June 2, 2016 1:33am CST
A colleague who came from the USA invited us fellow part-time clinical instructors, to celebrate her son’s birthday today, in a hotel just 2 kilometers from our house. 5 o’clock, that was her invitation on face book. We all said yes. But unexpectedly, I will not go. My son has an appointment with the driving school at 4PM. Although I want to see my colleague again, I can no longer meet with them. The reunion that was planned is not materializing again, in my part sure the rest will be there, but not me. Being alone again naturally is already normal for me. I instructed my son anyway, to bring along his 2 mobile phones so we can communicate with each other while I am alone at home. Can you give up an appointment you previously agreed to attend to?
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2 Jun 16
I give up appointment with friends sometimes if there are other more important appointments to attend to. Why didn't you go with your colleagues? You will be left alone in the house anyway. You can still keep in touch with your son even if you are in the party.