||[Jun. 5th, 2015|11:04 pm]
The Question Club
So, my wife mentioned that she was having a staff party and not to wait for dinner. I thought she said next Thursday (which, in hindsight, is an odd day for a party in a place with Monday-Friday hours) but her delay in coming home leads me to believe its today.|
Because I thought it was nearly a week away I didn't ask for an approximate time for when she'd come back. Based on previous parties, they probably started at 4pm.
I can't message her to ask her because her phone is malfunctioning so she left it at home. I spent an hour trying to fix said phone today and think I've got a minor improvement, at least enough to get the number of one of her colleagues.
I don't want to seem like a clingy person. Is it rude to send a text to this person (I've met a few times but have no reason to have their number)? It's 11:04pm currently.
Edit: The person I texted didn't reply and she didn't get the message, however she messaged me on facebook at about 1:30AM to say she was leaving. She said that the party had gone on longer than expected. It turned out that they'd never actually left the school so she didn't want to be rude by leaving the party in search of a computer. :)