I had an appt. for a check-up on my shoulder surgery at 9:00am last Friday. Well 10:00 came around before I realized it. I called up the Dr's office and Maggie, the recep., answered. I told her that I had an appt. for 9:00 am but I missed it. I don't know if you are backed up or not, Do you still want me? She said "why, doesn't your wife want you anymore?". I just started to laugh and said "oh Maggie, you picked the wrong time to ask that question!". She felt horrible. I wasn't mad at her though, how could she know. I had to laugh. It's all I could do.
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