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Pi Day — 12 Comments

  1. I would keep my fingers crossed for you, if I could figure out how to type at the same time.

    Sounds like it’s cutting it close.

  2. crossing my fingers and toes that the scheduling dieties get you out of there and home safe. please keep posting updates even if they’re one liners so non-family folks will know where you are and that you are staying safe.

  3. Will you be able to sleep with the same person in the same room as you, every night?

    Maybe George needs to rent a generator to run outside the door for a few nights to let you down slowly.

  4. There’s only so much one can physically accomplish, there will always be something that should have been done, and there’s probably things you’ll have to do, can do, or want to do from the coziness of home and a good Internet connection. Some folks actually prefer written instruction (e-mail to-do’s and how-to’s).

  5. It’s it amazing how much work there can be to do to get ready to leave from a job you had for a temporary time…and all you had to do was work the whole time? It’s amazing how consuming it all can be.

  6. Lot of nothing is good. Just as you are getting out the PT test is changing. All those years of ruining my back and neck doing seat ups.
    I also have another job. Let the dog out, let the dog in, let the dog out, let the dog in.

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