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Subject: Re: My head explodes Date: 11/3/2012 4:05 PM
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I have been using tripit at times(at your suggestion). My daughter and I also have access to each others calendars which is helping and things should calm down a bit near the beginning of December.

SS & fam have a house but will no household goods so they will be at my house for a bit. I suspect as they buy the stuff they plan to buy, they will ease over to their house.

Did I mention that the last condo I bought in Steamboat is being touched up/renovated and should be ready to rent sometime before Thanksgiving ?

I know part of all this is of my making but SS and fam weren't due back until about Christmas until everything fell apart for SS in Sept. I'm sure it'll all work out.

I am antsy about work - feeling overworked and underappreciated as are some of my favorite partners. For the colleges I enjoy working with, I'll be happy to continue. I think it will be a year of a lot of adjustments all over the place.

Thanks for listening.
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