Kevin Standlee (kevin_standlee) wrote,
Kevin Standlee

Not Everything Is Public

Promoted and paraphrased from a reply to an anonymous comment: Not everything I post in this LJ is public. Some things are friends-locked for very good reasons that the people reading them know about. If you know me and if you want to read them, you need to sign up for a LiveJournal account (there are free accounts) and you'll need me to "friend" you.

Short version of recent complex events: Lisa has been asked to leave her father's property where she has lived for more than twenty years by the end of this month. I have purchased a home in Fernley, Nevada (look it up; you can use Google Maps as well as anyone else) and we are moving Lisa there this week. I have not been fired from my job in the Bay Area. I continue to work for my employer there as I have been since 1994, and I expect to continue to do so. I have not been evicted from my apartment in Fremont, although there's a strong probability that I will be moving voluntarily somewhere else when the lease runs out next spring.

The rest is stuff I'd really rather not have floating where any casual Google search on my all-but-unique name can see it, thank you. If you really have deeper questions and aren't prepared to join LiveJournal, you can e-mail me for more information.

Not grumpy; just tired from having rode in the heat all day from Klamath Falls to Mehama.
Tags: house, lisa, work

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