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Weekend Update 11.15.15

It's now Sunday evening and the weekend, which was all too brief, is coming to a close and another intense week at work is about to start. Don't get me wrong, I am grateful to have the job I do and work with the people that are at the museum I'm at, but it has been ridiculous lately. We were short at least one person for the past few years and now (with my boss' death) the situation is really bad. I know all things change and I am counting on that rule of life to remain in effect and, in this case, to happen quickly!

I started taking an antibiotic Friday to deal with a cold and sinus infection that has apparently followed right on the heels of some sort of bug I endured the previous weekend. Although I feel some pressure in my right ear, I am slowly making progress and hope to be back to normal soon.

Of course, nothing I am going through compares to the trauma faced by the lives that were affected by the evil terrorists in Paris Friday. Perhaps now, our government will wake up to the real threat against the entire world and take a more active role in defeating the terrorists. Perhaps. God only knows-- and I mean that sincerely!

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