On Time… Sometimes

Do you typically run early, on time or late? Anyone who knew me before kids probably joked with me about constantly running early. I would always be at least 10-15 minutes early to everything. I was one of those people who tried to be late and just couldn’t do it.

The friends who were meeting me inevitably called to tell me they were running late. If you are one of those people, you know exactly what I am talking about.

And now here I am with two little ones. I’m a working mom, with a hubby and a house full of craziness.

I’m rarely 15 minutes early to events or dinners these days. Heck, I’m lucky to get out to events and dinners in any given week! I make the time to do it though.

Am I early, on time or late?

I’ll say “on time” for the most part. I think my being 15 minutes early all those years ago turned into the 15 minute buffer I use every day as I try to get out the door.

Funny how it worked out that way.

 

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “On Time… Sometimes

  1. Amanda says:

    That was SOOO me too! I used to be pretty obsessed about being early, actually. I never understood why people were always late! Now I have two kiddos, and well, I am still a little obsessed about being early, but I have much less control over the time we arrive at a destination. It has taught me to slow down and be a little less obsessive and more about planning ahead. If I REALLY want to be early, I just have to get that buffer of time in place much earlier than usual. Thanks for the post!

    Oh and have a wonderful Spring Day!

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