here today gone tomorrow

Yesterday tomorrow came too soon so I missed it, not the day but the Blog.  A friend of mine told me about ordering a cab to get to the airport to catch a flight to somewhere - details are vague except for the punch line.  The cabbie was late picking them up and they ran into traffic so he chose an unfamiliar route and got semi-lost, and seconds were ticking too fast because they were on their way to being late for the plane.  The cabbie was muttering to himself but as he got more and more flustered and apologetic, he started saying out loud, "It's not my fault, it's not my fault, IT'S NOT MY FAULT!!  They would have missed the plane but the flight was delayed by some act of Someone. It wasn't the airline's fault, either.  Ai, me and ah, well.  So, you see, yesterday was not my fault.  It proceeded very efficiently without me, and I tried to catch up to it, and  here I am and it's today already.  I think it was Mark Twain who said "never put off till tomorrow what you can put off until the day after."  So here I am and today will go on, too.  And so will I.  And  you.  Anon, anon.