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Love you too, girl

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Subject: paycheck

On Jun 30, 2011, at 8:15 AM, Rebekah M. wrote:

2101.53$ is my check this week. So do you think that we can pay a nice payment to the credit card this week. Just excited for the amount of my check can wait to see you tomorrow. I love you and take your time waking up so that you are relaxed going into your interview. Make sure you eats something fulfilling you don’t want your belly grumbling while you are trying to answer questions. I want called as soon as you are done today with any news. I hope to hear that they have made the decision, or that it will me made quickly. I love you so much I wish you all the best. Just remember you can do this job and that you are over qualified for it and that you do try everyday to make today better then yesterday.

Just be YOURSELF you will do great. Call me when ever I don’t have anything to do.

Love you

Love Rebecky

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More than I ever wanted to know about wheelchairs

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Subject: FW: information

On Feb 15, 2012, at 12:07 PM, Terry G. wrote:

Hi Max- good to speak to you!

When it comes to assessing a resident for a wheelchair- it is true that one has to look at the basic essential needs of the resident. As well, (and this comes with experience) one has to be able to look beyond the “now” to know that this resdent will require a cat 5 tilt wheelchair.

When it comes to behavioural issues- This becomes more of an issue. For sure the staff just want that resident in a tilt – with a restraint – and problem solved. Well, not so straight forward. First of all- we all know that restraints increase agitation and there is a risk of injury to the resident. I try as much as possible to stay away from them – and think of alternatives.

So a compromise may be as I mentioned  a DYNAMIC TILT wheelchair- ( google Ibiis as an example) where resident can be tilted  ( approx 20 degrees) and still have feet on the ground. When it comes to behavioural issues there is no black r white. IT is all about compromise and ongoing discussion with staff to work out what is best and safest for resident.

I was mistaken when I stated that I never had an issue with any of the staff- I did have one very difficult resident issue-However- with ongoing explanation etc- a compromise was reached= She is using a positional belt as a restraint- but staff are following restraint protocol- and there is consent from DR and POA>

Anyway hope that helps- Feel free to contact me –if you have any other questions.

Terry

Maybe we should speak in person

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Subject: Call with Tom

On Mar 22, 2012, at 7:15 AM, Annaliisa T. wrote:

Hi Mike,

I picked your message up on Tom’s voicemail, he’s unfortunately in New York this week and asked me to set up a call between yourself and him.

He’s back in the office next Tuesday. Would there be a good time for you to speak?

If you could kindly let me know, I’d really appreciate it.

Many thanks

Annaliisa T.

Thanks for your help, Gretchen

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Subject: Watershed Coordinator Opening

On Apr 25, 2012, at 10:30 PM, zack w. wrote:

Hello Mr. Morrison,

My name is Zack W. and I got your email address from a friend of mine, Ms. Gretchen W.  I have recently applied for the Watershed Coordinator position for the city.  I am eagerly awaiting a chance to come in for an interview.  I know that there is a process for screening the applications and these things take time.  When I turned in my application to human resources I could not get a clear answer to whom was giving the interviews for this job.  If that person is not you, I would be very grateful if you could pass this email along to the right person.  I believe that I would be a good fit for the position.

Sincerely,

Zack W.

Somehow I’ve forgotten my time abroad

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Subject: RU Student interested in Krakow University of Economics

On Apr 24, 2012, at 12:08 PM, Marian R. wrote:

Hi Max,

Hope you are well and enjoying spring.  We have a student interested in studying in Krakow in the Spring 2013 semester.  I was wondering if you would be open to discussing your experience at the University.  If so, I will give her your e-mail to be in touch directly.

Many thanks and all the best,

Marian

I have all the time in the world

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Subject: Qrtly review…

On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 3:58 PM, Iain S. wrote:

Hi Margaret and Ron,

Hope all is well.

I wanted to see if you both had time to meet to review your accounts with me?

Regards,

Iain

Just what I’ve always wanted

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Subject: (no subject)

On Apr 16, 2012, at 2:53 PM, Bethany N. wrote:

What do you think about this one? It is around $900 and I am pretty sure Don would pay the difference. We may even bring it down and help set it up!

My Gmail account is the best place to send this query

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Subject: Returning student inquiry 1/7/10

On Jan 8, 2010, at 4:38 PM, CHIBUEZE A. wrote:

Dear Mr Morrison,

You and ALU School of Law gave me a chance and I tremendously appreciate and cherish that. I have just been preparing and starting litigation on several of my pending cases nationwide and I believe that it will be prudent for me to return to class attendance at ALU School of Law at this juncture and hence this my expression of it.

I would like to return to Abraham Lincoln University School of Law as soon as possible most preferably with the next class or as is applicable. Advise me as to its possibility by email.

I wait to hear from you only by email as soon a possible as I am currently in San Diego,CA attending to some litigation.

Sincerely,

Chibueze A.

I can but it seems irrelevant

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Subject: question

On Aug 16, 2010, at 1:38 PM, Njeri G. wrote:

Ms. Morrison,

As crazy as this question might sound, can you explain the difference between severance pay, notice pay and redundancy pay for me please?

Thanks

Njeri G.

How deep is your love?

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Subject: blog posting for you to edit

On Jan 19, 2011, at 12:34 AM, Mortimer M.wrote:

Hey babe,  you can post the blog posting that I just wrote after you look it over.  I love you very much.  I’m going to bed now.

Mr.