Posted May 16th, 2012, 01:56 PM
Last edited by travelgoddess1; May 16th, 2012 at 01:57 PM
So glad you found this thread. YUP this is now our permanent home. My only question is....if we had the other thread shut down due to so many posts, will they do the same thing with this one?
Glad you are feeling better!!!!!! We are looking forward to our long weekend. We are well enough for the kids to come home for my B'day and mothers day now whooo hooooo!
If CC starts another NUTS thread, where would they put us? We have already been banished from the kingdom.
I recall two other nuts wanted to read the book after you but, for the life of me....I can't remember who(m)!
I believe Marilyn (Lyneese) was 2nd to ask. I had recommended each reader write a short comment on the blank inside page and mail it to the next reader.
I have another copy so I don't mind if this one ne ver finds it's way back to me.
Glad you're enjoying it. Have you gotten to the part about the cruise line that was started with stolen money, yet???
I may have -- reading it in short spurts has not given me a lot of continuity!
What is the best way to mail a book to Canada? Would it be cheaper for me to fly up there and hand-deliver it?
Nancy and I made it home fine without ever encountering the crud.
That's the good news. The bad news is......
Nancy's medical conditon has forced her to permanently leave the job she LOVES....that being a pediatric nurse. Yesterday was her last day after 23 years on the same floor with many of the same co-workers. Lots of tears all around yesterday.
She's now on short-term disability while the hospital looks for a position she can work without prolonged standing or walking. If they don't find a place for her she'll have to go on long-term/permanent disability.....a possibility she dreads at only 53 years old. She'd also lose her health care benefits at that point which will be messy......
Other than that, Mrs Lincoln.....how did you like the play????
Steve and Nancy, I'm sorry to hear of your setback. I hope you are successful in locating a new position. I retired at 53, and it really wasn't too bad, but I hope you are able to continue doing what you love. Good luck!
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