Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman
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Bills, Laundry, Email

Thanks everybody for caring about me. I'm still moving a little wobbly, but I have the bills paid, I'm on the third load of laundry, and I read all the email. My keys have disappeared and I have one last place to ask -- the third ambulance. I had one of the guys carry my wallet & phone & I think keys and they may still have them. If not, I'll get new keys for the van. I can't drive for a while, anyway. The first helicopter bill came while I was gone and it's a good thing my insurance is paying for it because it's $6750.00

I plan to write more tomorrow.
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