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January 26, 2005



Hi Jenny-Ra!!
I really liked the Gershwin! A friend of mine at BHSU played the last two preludes at a student recital! I just love listening to Gershwin stuff. Andy and I have a CD with An American in Paris and Rhapsody in Blue on it. I think it's with Berstein playing piano, too. Anyway, it's amazing! Sorry to hear about your new morning ritual. I'm not much of a morning person either, so I can relate to that much! Hope it gets better.
Love ya,


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Bill --
thank you for that link, and the ideas. You are absolutely right. I wasn't thinking beyond the parts of town that I see day to day -- I need to get out there and explore what is around me. I don't want to go into M'boro, because commuting 10 miles the other way would be as bad as 20 miles the way I do now. But definitely I will start looking to what my town and the neighboring town have, that I don't SEE. (I need to open my eyes, eh?)



Hey Jen - thanks for the music! What a good way to ease into the work day :)

Mornings are often crappy around my place too, with the crazy rush to get out of the door, R's dawdling then melting down because he can't hold a certain item while we drive the 2 minutes to his carer's house. I'm often exhausted before I get to work. It's hard, hard, hard when they're not feeling too good or you just plain want to stay home and BE with them.

I DO agree with you wholeheartedly about the 'it costs more to work than stay at home' myth. All the sums in the world is never going to make that true for most of us(unfortunately). Oh, I have NO IDEA who Sallie Mae is, BTW - probably a good thing! But you've done GREAT with your college debt, girl :)

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