Unexpected days off present problems for working parents
By Reece Murphy
Sunday, January 16, 2011 at 7:00 am (Updated: January 16, 7:59 am)
While much attention has been focused on school closures due to the snow and ice event that gripped Lancaster County last week, one group of people was affected even more than students – their parents.
Faced with the loss of their daily de facto day care, many parents suddenly found themselves scrambling to make arrangements for what they were going to do with their children during the day while they were at work.
For many, like the self-employed photographer Amy Sapp of Frankly, Daisy Photography, it was a tough week.
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