We meet before the feast this Wednesday.
My apartment is littered with moving boxes. In roughly three days, I’ll be moving closer to a part of town that is biking distance from Trader Joes, West Elm, and Target (the places that matter most, of course). I’ll spend Thanksgiving nontraditionally with friends, catching up on “Insecure” and settling into my to-do list of cross-country family phone calls.
I’m also hoping to catch up on writing deadlines and deep reading of reports.
My hope for you all this week is for relaxation, rejuvenation, and restoration. We’ll need your energy for the work ahead.
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