if she wanted to reschedule and she said NO, knowing she had not only another appt. right after him, but that there was snow on the road. Had she told him upfront, he would lose the 15-20 min. hhe was late, he could have simply cancelled.
Posted By: HeathersLuv4u would've eliminated your problem. Knowing there was a snow storm, one should adjust their drive time accordingly.
Posted By: rdracing I had set up a 1st appt with a provider that I was really looking forward to but that morning a freak spring snowstorm almost shut down the roads.
I am OK to drive in the snow, but called ahead to say I might be late and asked if we should reschedule.
She said no but that the timing would be close for a personal appt she had.
Would it have been OK to cancel and reschedule? It wasn't her fault that the sky dumped on us.
She raced through the session in about 35-40 min. The snow had really started coming down and I think she was worried about me driving. (or the other appt)
I have a very limited hobby budget but would never try to nickle/dime a provider. I just hobby less.
I sent an email asking if we could have a longer session next time but never heard back.
I would like to see her again. None of her review suggested she is a clock watcher. Should I drop the issue? Make a subtle hint?