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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by CoastalEmpire, Aug 1, 2004.
Well you should'nt. That is the day to rest.
I will rest enogh when I die. If the customer wants it , the customer gets it. As long as they pay.
Sometimes, unfortunately, I have to. Funny how some folks who tell me it's not right to work on Sunday can been seen on Sunday shopping at Walmart or a eating an after church meal at a restruant
I work sunday - friday.
I'll work if I'm behind. One lady said I should take the day off, I told her I get 3 months off a year, when you look at it like that its not that bad.
Never. Won't even consider it.
sunday is just another day. If there is work to be done I do it. If not I relax, same as any other day of the week.
Usually, I work Sundays and if I take a day off, I take Monday off. I do my commercial props and the homes that are empty on Sunday, catch up on any that I'm behind. I really don't like having Sundays off, nothing much to do. Not to mention the anger issues I have with this day from being forced to attend catholic church every Sunday through my childhood.
When football season rolls around, though, it's another story on home game Sundays.
No Saturdays and No Sundays.......
If you can't get it done in 6 days.......you need to step back and take a look things. I know the money may be good.......but the customer is playing you. Not many people expect you to work on Sundays. It is your choice to do so....and that is OK.
Under any circumstances....I will not mow in the rain or work on Sunday. My people know this up front and have to accept it or find someone else.