after not having seen him in about 3 months. We had an overage on our escrow and the check is made out to both of us, so we both have to endorse it. I have 2 options to offer him for handling the check. I'm sure he won't be happy with either, but oh well! Not sure when he's coming, there was just a vague "Saturday morning." Just feel really yucky about seeing him. I'm fine when I don't have to deal with him (see him, email, phone, etc.). And in a way, I'm lucky. We don't have kids, so I really DON'T have to deal with him much. So I am dreading this. Just yucky, yucky, yucky. My goal is to be calm and zen and just not let him provoke ANY kind of reaction from me. Not sadness or regret or temper or uncertainty. My plan is to be polite, calm, and detached. Like I'm the manager of a store dealing with a fussy customer, lol! Just please pray for me, wish me luck, anything! I'll need everyone's support to get through this morning, I'm sure....
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