Scott Hardie | May 16, 2002
Moving update: Kelly and I will be out of Macomb soon. We'd planned to leave Sunday, then Monday, then Thursday, now it's been pushed back to "whenever we're ready." Kelly is still in St. Charles right now, too sick to come back and start moving, and I can't say I mind sitting around on my ass playing Final Fantasy IX until she is. But she should be back sometime today, and it should take about a day and a half for us to get out of here, plus a two-day drive to Florida. I'll probably post something here before we leave. If you need to reach us by phone, it's still this number in Macomb until further notice.

Lori Lancaster | May 16, 2002
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Scott Hardie | May 17, 2002
On Kelly's behalf, thanks, Lori.

UPDATE: The truck has been ordered. We pick it up tomorrow and have six full days to use it, plenty of time to get our shit in gear.

Scott Hardie | May 17, 2002
UPDATE: The truck can be picked up today, but in Quincy, which is over an hour southwest of here. But they're giving us extra miles and one extra day for the trouble. Kelly wants to go to Amtgard tomorrow one last time, so this gives her the chance. Maybe we'll leave Sunday morning?


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