So I guess I should have listened to my mother. No tumor after all! Thank God! I guess I will be taking those damn pills again. I guess it isn't so bad. It helps me focus, so it can't be too awful.
How about that Collingwood listing? Pretty fast negotiation, eh? That is one special property with one hell of a view, and boy isn't my parents' dog Penny just the cutest? Pretty cute, but not as cute as my dog Godzilla. That negotiation scene had me on the edge of my seat!
I am sitting in the living room of my room in New York right now, looking out over Central Park. I am on the 52nd floor and boy is it gorgeous up here. I am here with Colton and my business partner Brendan. Signing out for now.
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