Yesterday I had such a busy day at work. There was too much too do, and no time for forums and blogging or even making cups of tea – it was chaos I tell you, chaos!!
I did not get a chance to go to the bathroom, and by the time I realised that I was going to expire from thirst and needed another cup of tea – I realised it was past 4pm.
I had a deadline that I was rushing towards, and I easily had another two hours of fires to put out. I also then realised it was late, I needed to collect kids from school/holiday programme and just could not get there.
I called and cancelled with running guy, as there was just no way I was going to make it. I hate cancelling with someone when we have set arrangement. But there was no way I was going to meet him at the red jungle gym to run around the block based on how my day was going.
I still had not sorted how the kids were going to be collected.
I then started to panic – the dance on the spot, start dialing random people sort of panic. I tried two friends who often help me when I am stuck, but neither were answering, I kept calling and then my panic started escalating as I realised I did not have a plan B or C in operation.
It was nearly 16h30 and I either needed to leave and collect the kids, or …. well I did not have an or. I also could not leave as I had less than an hour to sort something out that had to print …. oh the panic and the stress.
I phoned Kennith and said “if you had to go and collect the kids now, just leave work and go, could you …?”
You know what he said. Sure, and then my boy made a plan.
He dropped what he was doing, did not argue with me why his work was more important than mine, got in his little car and drove from Cape Town to make it to the kids schools to collect them.
In one instance my knight-in-shining-car had solved my fetch-kids-before-they-are-deposited-on-the-kerb problem. I was so happy I could have yodeled.
My bunny is quite a good egg, even if I say so myself.