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Re: MG classes

In a message dated 9/9/03 8:46:38 AM, pdickson@sbcglobal.net writes:

<< The hardest part of getting my hours is writing them down.... I am sure 

is true for everyone.  I hate trying to be sure to remember to write down

everytime you do something... or it could even be giving your neighbor

advice.  >>

Patricia, I have the same problem.  I gave classes and programs and those 
seem to be the most difficult to record, or I should say remember to record.  
Each class/program I make unique in some way with handouts specific for that 
event so I have bits of preparation, loading/unloading plants, revision of my 
presentation each time, selection of photos, books, etc that accumulate but if I 
don't write them down when it happens it usually does not get recorded.  We 
cannot include time spent with the neighbor with a problem or that would 
considerable increase my hours.  I seem to be the resident reference  person and it is 
a rare day that I am not asked to take a look at some plant or presented a 
hort problem.  I do love to be asked and generally I gain some bit of knowledge 
thru the experience.

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