Bre babysat on Saturday and she called and told me she was ready.
Yes, that sounds quite simple and straight forward, but you will learn, as I did, it is important to make sure you have the vital parts of the conversation.
I left the house and drove to where she was. When I pulled up, I thought it was a little odd that I didn't see either the husband's or the wife's car in the yard. I thought maybe they both left in cars, but met someplace before going to another destination and they then took one car. Then they both came home, but one of them left again, which would mean no car was home.
So, I called Bre to tell her I was outside and she then told me she had forgotten to tell me she was ready when the mom got home, in thirty (30) minutes.
I am quite sorry, but 30 minutes was a vital part of the conversation. It was not just some details I didn't need to commit to memory. It was not just fluff.