The important thing at a job
Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2000 07:48:21
From: Richard E. Lee <ReaLee@thegrid.net>
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I am sorry I have been out of touch recently. I am trying to think what
has made me so busy, and I can't! True, the concert is taking a lot of
our time planning, thinking, arranging, changing. And my health does take
some time too. Actually I am feeling very healthy, very good, very strong,
but I am also taking all kinds of supplements, doing new things, investigating
possibilities. So all of this takes time and concentration. Even study.
But I do think about you and your new job. I think your attitude is excellent.
The job isn't that important. Some people go crazy plotting, planning,
scheming, politicking. I know. We had plenty of it at State. Plenty. And
I lost myself in it occasionally. But to be slightly removed yet present--that
is the better way, I think. So I am all for you and your drive home, the
more scenic route. Good for you. Now I go. We are going to be interviewed
by a tiny newspaper-magazine out here in 29-Palms today. I do not like
interviews, but they are necessary I guess, so I will go along with it.
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