a preponderance of punctuation marks (reedrover) wrote,
a preponderance of punctuation marks

more mistaken identity

I keep missing out on the parties.

Hi [me]. We are looking forward to celebrating Kevin's birthday with you. Please let me know what I can do to help. Maureen & Chuck

So I said:
Hi Maureen,

I'm glad to hear that you and Chuck are ready to pitch in on Kevin's birthday...

Unfortunately, I don't have a Kevin, and I don't recognize your names
or e-mail either. So would you do both of us a favor and check with
*your* [my name] on her exact e-mail address? I'd hate for her to miss
out on you folks at the party.

Take care,

What a nice person you must be! Thank you for letting me know that I goofed up on my e-mail. I could have been considered RUDE for not responding to the invite. Maureen

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