Let Go

Jill starts work later than everyone else because she can’t drop off her children to her childcare provider and still get to work at 8:30 am. Bob, the consummate environmentalist, is usually at work at 8:20 am, except if the bus is early and he misses it, or it runs late. He’s never arrived later than 9:20 am, though. Patrick has to leave work for a couple of hours at least once a week to assist his elder mother with her medical appointments.

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