I have matters scheduled out for years, and in a typical day I have things from beginning of the day to the end. And not just the workday, the day.
None the less, like every other lawyer, I get this question at home: "What's your schedule like today?"
The atomic bomb of interrupting questions. The day's been planned out time wise like a Swiss watch, and somebody who had something planned is. . . .attempting to pass it on to you at the lat moment.
I suppose it was always so.