"Why weren't you there?"
I blinked. "I don't know what you're talking about."
She was adamant. "Why weren't you there?" she repeated. "I was expecting you there, and you weren't there. Everything fell apart. I needed you."
"Okay," I muttered, shuffling awkwardly against my chair. "I think there's a slight misunderstanding here. I don't know where 'there' is, and I certainly don't remember telling you I'd be anywhere for you in particular."