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  1. Glad to hear you had a – nearly – perfect day! I hope you will have a perfect relaxing evening at home and no hassles with the travel tomorrow.

  2. Well, I had picked up that you were on an aeromed flight to Germany but I figured that you were going back acompanying patients. Wrong. I guess there’s no need to feel embarrassed about going back for a retirement physical – it wasn’t you that dreamed up the policy decision not to do the retirement physicals in theatre. And whoever did dream up the policy no doubt had their reasons. But I can understand what you mean.

  3. Glad you got all the necessary autographs. The system seems very complex and a bit convoluted, but I suppose that’s what it takes to run such a huge operation. The waiting on flights, never knowing whether you’ll make it sounds maddening. Guess you get accustomed to it. And read a lot.

  4. You’re right. I NEEDED to see that, or I wouldn’t have believed it, despite listening to A Prairie Home Companion religiously. 🙂

  5. Oh, well; AAFES now offers mail order (ha-ha). Adds completely new definition to “hurry up and wait.”

  6. I didn’t read quickly enough this week. If you haven’t left, is there anything I could do for you? ROB isn’t the most entertaining place to be!

    If you have left, I wish you a speedy, safe journey.

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