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Old 03-30-2007, 12:02 AM   #21
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I better start now to find that bagel place. The donut shop was plan E after plans A thorugh D didn't work. I was getting worried that the gods of early retirement or the alignment of the stars were against us.

We have until April when Whitestick comes to the valley to identify that bagel place. If we can't find one, we may have to start our own. crazy connie and mrs. bssc both posess superior knowledge about restaurants and cooking. mr. bssc has the kind of diplomatic background that would make him an ideal server. And I could take out the garbage and wash the dishes.
As April is approaching, wondered if the stars were going to align and the next meeting of the Phoenix chapter would take place. Will be there and can do April 19, 20 or 21, whichever works out best for all. 19th would have to be in evening, but the other two days are wide open as of now. Also things have changed around the Whitestick household a bit. Mrs. Whitestick turned in her papers, actually, she got p*@#$*@d at her workplace, and she threatened to quit, so I got her on the phone to her HR people and turned in her date before she had a chance to change her mind. So April 28 is her last day, but vacation and other trades, and she is off most of the last three weeks of April anyway. So we can raise a toast to her as well. I've got right at 2 years to go, but that might change as well, if I could find an excuse to get mad at my workplace. Anyway, if the stars are aligning for the Phoenix chapter, then perhaps we can get together.
As to division of duties listed above, I can handle the pouring of wine, just not good at ordering it.
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Re: Phoenix Chapter of Early Retirement Forum
Old 03-30-2007, 02:02 AM   #22
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I'm sorry to say that we will be missing the April session of Phoenix Chapter of the ER meeters as we are currently in Thailand. ( ) still, that's not to say we won't be available at the next meeting!

Do keep us notified.. I'm sure there's a duty we can fill.. 8) If we can't pour or order, we can drink it up!

Be well, fellow chapter members!
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Old 03-30-2007, 10:58 AM   #23
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Hi whitestick,

I'm still finalizing my plans for that week. I might be back in Phoenix as early as the 20th, but I might not get back until the 22nd depending on how our volunteer activities in Illinois work out. If I determine that I'll be in town, I'll try to organize something at a bagel shop (unfortunately, I don't know how to find bagel shops in Thailand, so it will be in Phoenix ). If I can't be there, maybe we can get crazy connie or bssc to pull something together.

I'll keep you informed.
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Old 03-30-2007, 09:25 PM   #24
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(unfortunately, I don't know how to find bagel shops in Thailand, so it will be in Phoenix ).
Yeah... they might have bagel shops here, but most likely it would have to be at a noodle shop. It would still be quite fun, tho'. Sure hope we get to make it to one of these 'meetings'

Carry the ER torch! Onward!!

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