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Things don't just happen when you want it to. How can I put that in a sentence with the word convenience or convenient?

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Although at your convenience sounds a little better, both are an awkward way to phrase it. A better way may be to say:

I'm not available at your convienience

Since a person cannot be at your convenience, this makes more sense.

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