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Thanks for your reply Seattle Pioneer...

She loves working and wants to continue to do so but the question is how much longer can she last? A few more years at the most I would say... she works at a fancy beauty salon where image is everything so who knows how long they will want an "old lady" around. It sounds like there are a few younger people that do the same thing she does and it's getting more and more competitive for clients.

Living with my sister would definitely be risky if they don't get along. They have an ok history of getting along but my sister is also married and has a 4 year old daughter so that dynamic might change things.
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