"I just gave my last seat at my table to someone else this morning, but i can either find someone else's table for you to join or you can register at www.latinocommunityfund.org and you will be put at a group table that needs to fill seats. What…"
"If you want to join me at my table, let me know and i can send you the link with a code to register and be assigned. If you want to bring a group of friends at your own table, email me firstname.lastname@example.org and he can set you up…"
"Latino Community Fund is going to hold a fundraising party on Saturday, May 7th. http://www.latinocommunityfund.org/
This might be a fun opportunity for you all to attend and meet up in person. If you want to be at the same table, let me know.…"
"On second thought, I have a vague recollection about seeing a book by you. What is more likely is that it came when we were packing up the house. It is probably in a box in the storage POD and i won't find it again until July. Sorry."
"Did you send me a book? House nice of you. I wonder if it is lost in the postal system. I have not received it. I put change of address in with them, but i swear they don't really forward your mail.
To which address did you send it?"
"Sorry i have not gotten back to you. I wasn't getting the prompts that i had messages on this network. Maybe it has something to do with the new computer equipment. Anyway, i have been overwhelmed of late. My wife and I sold our house, packed…"
Hi, Peter, how are things going? I think I got an invitation from a Seattle group (yours?) but it was all in Spanish, and I was too swamped to try to translate it. This was the summer our house decided to demand attention. Ay, ay, ay! First, the roof, then the outside paint, then the deck. I have two books started that I may never finish writing if this house doesn't settle down!
Hope all is well and that your group is thriving!
Nice to meet you. What interesting things are going on in the hispanic community in Seattle? I live in Everett and it seems like hispanics are so low key that you don't even notice they are here. Too bad!!! WE need to make ourselves known in a good way, becoming anonymous does nothing.
Hey! It was good to hear from someone from Washington State. Now, I have someone to whine to when it's rained for 40 days straight!
I haven't done much networking this month as I've been buried in work. I'll try to do better.I wonder how the last meeting in New York went?
I thought about joining Twitter at one time, but I sneeze more than 140 characters so I thought I'd better pass.
I'll check out your website. Thanks for inviting me to be your friend.
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