Yes, she most likely will!
Thanks guys for all the advice from yesterday’s issue about the housecleaning job at that lady :) You guys are always so willing to help and thinking along <3
I choose to trust my gut, so I sent her an e-mail explaining that her unexpected phonecall didn’t give me time to properly consider the decision and made me say “yes” too quickly, and that in hindsight the distance is too much. I also sent her some links to domestic workers in her area with about the same hourly wage, along with my sincere apologies.
I am a little nervous now that she will be mad at me, even though I know she has no right to be so. It’s just a little in my nature to easily feel responsible and guilty for my actions in cases while I in fact have no obligations or whatsoever, derp.
Hello love! I’m doing very well today, have been working on my wolf thesis and ate a lot of food, heheh. Hope you’re having a great day! :)
Anyway, may I present to you, the wolf bible: “Wolves: Behavior, ecology, and conservation" by David Mech and Luigi Boitani!
Guys I did something stupid
I reacted on an advertisement from a lady looking for someone who could help her in her household for a few hours a week. We called and agreed I’d come over on tuesday, clean her house for 2 hours
In hindsight, it’s not very convenient because she lives almost an hour away which isn’t really worth it, so I might want to cancel. Plus I just got a liiiitle bit of an odd feeling and I learned I better always trust my feelings. Thing is, she specifically asked me if I won’t back out because her last help quickly left already.
What can I say to her?