Cardinal Sin

I have committed a cardinal sin of job interviewing: I was just 25 minutes late for a meeting.

I thought the interview was at 4:30pm, it was at 4pm.

I am going to let it go because it wasn’t a problem, and the woman interviewing me was very polite about it and only brought it up in an email afterwards. It’s a part-time job, so not exactly what I am looking for, but it would have been fun.

If they call me in again, I will be SHOCKED. It’s like hiring someone with typos in their resume. What did you expect?

This is mostly funny because I am consistently on time or early to everything, and then every once in a while, I’ll misremember a time, and everything goes to the dogs. I feel like an idiot.

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