I’m glad this situation resolved itself for you. I think it can also provide an important lesson–one I have learned many times. When I let my brain fill in the details and guess what happened, it is generally wrong. I’ve worried about not getting responses to emails, only to realize that I sent it to the wrong email address. We drive ourselves crazy with this kind of thinking. And usually it has nothing to do with us. In these situations, it might be helpful to ask yourself: what are the facts and where am I inventing a story? what is a positive interpretation of this event? Until you know there is a real problem, best to try to assume positive intent and breathe through it.