You're moving to Manhattan?!Cool, of course, but. . .selfishly, I'm feeling a little negative here. I will work to overcome it and wish you great success.
Big smile from Chris and Jeff....we knew you would not stay in Portland forever....a city this small (cool, but small) could not contain your (and Floyds's) awesomeness.Sad...but we will do our best to think of you and wish you well, and not only think of ourselves :DCheers!
New York... sigh.
I seen you in Orphée yesterday, what a wonderful production. It was my first opera (ever!), hopefully not my last. The music was amazing.
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Marc,With life as in a marriage, when there is nothing left to learn you might as well be dead.You are also correct, money issues are a symptom, not the problem.Good luck on your new venture!
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