Just to be clear, I only wish I were retired, it is an enviable place to be
I am equally envious of your situation. I think it is wonderful that you
have that kind of flexibility. I only wish we all did, that would make
choosing a meeting time much simpler.
Unfortunately, most people , including the potential speakers we hope to
line up, do not have the flexibility to rearrange their schedules around a
There are also the time constraints, as Barbara mentioned: If an hour lunch
break includes travel time to and from respective work places, it is not
going to leave much time for a meeting.
From: HL Tyler
Sent: Thursday, February 21,[masked]:08 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [San-Antonio-Permaculture] All of the Above
I just want to let folks know that, though I live in a rural area and
can drive in to a meeting at lunch, I am by no means retired, I am
self-employed and going to a meeting simply means I have to do my paying
work some other time.
I can attend meetings almost any day or time, as my schedule is busy but
On 2/21/[masked]:10 AM, David Buchanan wrote:
> As far as rural people, it is going to be tough for them no matter
> what time of day.
> if they have time to drive in to a meeting at lunch, they must be retired.
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