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Stacy

Molly has been known to see me open and say to me sternly, "NO! There is no blog now!"

Rob

Sorry to hear about the toe. Ouch!

THanks for updating us on the job search. I was wondering how it was going, and am glad to hear you've got some good leads.

Did you see Crash? I thought that was one of the better movies I've seen lately.

vero

So what shoes will you wear to the interview? Are you going to tell them how you broke your toe?

I'd say "break a leg," but you might take it literally (heh)!

Lisa

Rob, see previous post entitled "Crash"! Loved that movie.

Thankfully, Vero, it's the winter wonderland here and I have several pairs of dressy boots, most of which I wear with thick socks. I think if I wear trouser socks I should do okay, frostbite notwithstanding.

No heels, obviously and no pointy toes, damn.

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