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"nearly" lost it? is that what you call all that blubbering and sobbing? don't worry, we miss you and will join you sooner that you think. i'll bring bagels. we'll carb-binge together. good times.


If you're up for a beer one night this week, give me a call. I can probably sneak out after the kids are in bed.


I was more worried about you finding your perfect partner in sarcasm than finding your perfect home. And lo! You have found both!

Glad things are going well. Is it really like Slackers down there?

Keith WIlcox

I went to college at the University of Oklahoma. I had grown up in Boston and Los Angeles so it was an adjustment. I, too, saw the stereotypical nature of Oklahomans and Texans on several occasions; Like you I went to a concert to find out. After college though, I moved back to Boston and started seeing all the stereotypically stupid stuff we Bostonians do. So, yes, cultural immersion can be weird -- I agree. I also agree with you about the cars; nobody get's around in texas without a car.

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