Dispatches | October 06, 2018
You’ve Still Got Time!
What have you done at the eleventh hour, to be rewarded with success beyond your expectations?
This week’s featured response is from @paulaoffkilter:
“I had an extramural assignment due. I started putting it together the night before. I got a friend to drive me to the post office, so that I could finish writing/labelling things in the car. I got there just as they were closing the front doors. I knocked on the door and looked sad/desperate/adorable. They opened the door and let me pay for the postage.
I got an A+. And I never learnt my lesson about doing things earlier than the last minute”
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