It was Thursday afternoon and "men's day" at the Windy River Country Club where I had a standing date to play golf with three of my friends. and said, "Sorry buddy, but Rod and I will not be able to make it for golf this afternoon.
We play golf every Thursday afternoon from the first part of April until the end of October with rare exceptions. We have an emergency meeting to go over some blueprint changes on the hospital addition project we are working on." They work together at an architectural firm and I knew he wouldn't back out on golf unless he absolutely had to.
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That will free up my Saturday for something else." I love to play golf but I wouldn't miss it if we skipped one day either so I agreed, but only after giving him some shit for the change in plans.
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"I apologize for the late notice," he said, "but we just do not have any alternative but to attend the meeting." I told him, "I totally understand, don't worry about it.
Dave and I will have to find a couple of other pushovers to give us some of their money." He laughed, "I know you are happy to let us off today because you will save lots of money." We both said goodbye with, "See you next week." I called Dave, one of my best friends, and mentioned the circumstances to him and he said, "As long as John and Rod can't make it, why don't we take the afternoon off from golf too so I can catch up on some projects at home.
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