(Closed) Should I be worried- DOC?

posted 7 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
Member
47 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2012

i dont have a DOC but if i were in ur situation, and i wasn’t happy or even just had a bad feeling or wasn’t 100% comfortable with her cuz of the way she was acting, i would either, say something, or fire her and get someone else….i’d rather be comfortable with her then just wait to see if she’ll eventually meet up to my expectations…

Post # 4
Member
449 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

I would be irritated and concerned. But how did you find her? Was she recommended to you? Maybe she does a great job on the day-of, when it really matters the most, but finds less urgency in the prep work.

Post # 5
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8354 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2011

I would just email her or call her directly to remind her. I am using a planner too, and I know she is very busy right now. I just had a meeting with her last week and she was almost an hour late. She tried to call me before I left the house to let me know, but I had already left and I live closer to our meeting place than she does. She was stuck in fair traffic. It was a school day, so who knew the traffic would be that bad. I surely wasn’t mad at her because it wasn’t her fault. We ended up having a very productive meeting, but I think that was in part to me being prepared. I had typed out all of the questions that I had thought of since our last meeting, so I could give her a copy of them and I would have a copy of them to go over together. When you call or email her, just let her know you are very stressed out and need to get that draft from her. She probably hasn’t forgotten. She is probably just very busy.

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