Farewell

Courtney M Eckhardt cme at MIT.EDU
Mon Sep 11 01:03:33 EDT 2000


<sniffle>  We'll miss you, Alexandra.  Good luck with your courses and
your jobs... and maybe someday when the concept of time-not-spent-working
returns to your life, we can have the pleasure of your company again.

Best of luck,
Courtney

In message <Pine.GSO.4.10.10009110050350.29327-100000 at log3.in.utoronto.ca>, ale
xandra.bolintineanu at utoronto.ca writes:
>Dear, dear people:
>
>Thank you immensely for the many hours of insights, fellow-feeling, wit,
>arcane bits of knowledge, and of course delicious additions to my reading
>(just think: if it weren't for you, I'd probably never have read Lois
>McMaster Bujold, Sorcery and Cecilia, Freedom and Necessity, or the
>Perilous Gard!).  Thank you, thank you, thank you.  Alas, tomorrow I start
>full-time university courses (lots of computer science, although also a
>delicious individual study project on Tolkien and Old English), as well as
>two rather demanding jobs.  Alas, alas, given this schedule  the
>temptation of this lovely list will prove too much for my threadbare
>sanity...which is why I must now say good-bye.  Many many thanks once
>more, and all the very best for you all (especially Becca, who I hope will
>soon wrestle down that cold!)
>
>Good bye,
>
>Alexandra
>
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