I knew a threat to boycott would stir emotions and elicit responses!! Even Amy (who I knew read my blog but never commented!) responded. I am so impressed. Thanks for the responses – I really love them!
Today started a 3 day training at my internship – so today was a 12 hour day. Exhausting – mentally. But, everything went smoothly.
Bill is on his first official business trip. And he gets a blackberry to use for the week, which he is excited about. He let me look at but didn’t want me to destroy company property It’s almost 11:00 pm and I hadn’t heard from him. So, I texted to make sure he got there safely and he said yes. Then, I asked if he was busy and he said yes! So, it seems that he is also having a very long day!
Yes, you can live on Roosevelt Island. A bit of history – it use to be owned by a family, then the state bought it to house there “unsightly” citizens (i.e. crazy people), it was called welfare island and it was the home of several insane asylums. There were also a couple of hospitals on the island. Now, people live there and the hospitals are now long-term care facilities. I probably like it because you can be walking down the street and you see a lot of people in wheelchairs sitting by the water or scooting around town! Of course, I would like that!
I am glad the boycott is over. Because, quite frankly, I enjoy blogging!
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