A seamstress’s woes: Too much business is bad for business

“I am a businesswoman and I don’t want my business to go down but sometimes it really gets hard because everything comes in one time and even though you explain to people they still asking you to try and me with me good heart I can’t say no. But it getting to me because I getting the bad name and next year I promise that I not doing it.”

Words spoken by a flustered seamstress who in her own words took “a battering” because she was unable to complete uniforms for mostly school children and teachers in time for the new school term.

Because I heard some of the complaints and I have known the seamstress for several years I approached her on the issue…..


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