I wanted to go to my son’s basketball game on Thursday night.
It was a home game at the high school and the kids were playing one of their rival teams.
I told my son that I would do my best to get to the game before it started, but I had a very busy day of repairs. I left the house early in the morning and drove to the location of the Evansville HVAC repair business where I work. I stopped at a gas station to fill up the truck with gas and I picked up a breakfast burrito and a cup of coffee. I also bought two blue Gatorades to drink later that afternoon. When I arrived at the Evansville HVAC repair business address, I was the first person to arrive. The other two employees were late and one of them had the keys to the shop. I had two repairs to work on that day. One was in North Evansville and the other repair was all the way out in the country. I needed to finish with both of the repairs so I could get to the basketball game before the tip off time. I told my boss that I wanted to leave at 5 and he told me to work quickly on all of the repairs. When the guys were late that morning, we didn’t get started until 9:30. I lost an hour and a half and I was sitting at the HVAC repair business waiting for someone else to arrive. I decided to leave at 5 p.m. even though I had not finished with the tune-up on my schedule. I told the boss to get someone else to handle the 90-minute job.