I'll be bringing my father, I wonder how many spouses, sons, daughters, wives, husbands, etc will be coming along with FSP members?
["spouses, sons, daughters, wives, husbands"
Ministry of Redundancy Department of Repatition calling...]
Well, my kid is 19 and old enough to make up his own mind what he wants to do: work in NH, involve himself with the just-off-the-ground Western FSP, or stay where he is now.
I've got a near-fiancee lady friend with a preteen daughter who loves NH and is twisting my arm severely to head there NOW; my inclination is to visit a couple of times, get the Winter out of the way, and migrate at liesure...but probably before the 2004 election. And that also gives me time to try and convince my kid, or vice-versa.
I've got a couple of professional responsibilities to attend to first, and a pal in the hospital who's likely not going to see the political result of the FSP effort, but was gratified to hang around long enough to see the outcome of the state choice election. He's asked us to take his ashes along with us, but it's not quite reached that point yet.
Of course, there may be a couple of resettling porcupines taking their wives and kids, and someone else's spouses along for the ride. Maybe yoiur redundancy wasn't excessively repetitive after all.