|Who doesn't love Amelia Bedlia?|
We hired her off Craig's list for $300 a week plus room and board in June to help with the summer schedule. Summer is winding down and I can't stand her anymore, so I let her know with specifics why we were terminating her, I even offered her a letter of reference.
Now the problem. She is looking for an apartment. She says if I want her gone today, than I could make it happen by paying her first and last in an apartment. We aren't Beverly Hills people. We paid her $300 a week because that was the best we can do.
I was looking forward to her moving out today, but it doesn't seem like it is going to happen. I was thinking of posting this:
"Our summer needs have been met and now our wonderful, athletic and active nanny is available for a live in position in the Rancho Cucamonga area. Nanny drives, has own late model vehicle, swims, cooks and cleans. She is an American nanny with a high school diploma, best yet, she is available as soon as this weekend. The children, my husband and I loved having her here, but we will be traveling for the better part of August and don't need her services. To speak to her, please call.... To reach me, please email. She came with a great reference and she's leaving with another!"
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