Big Inca

To: The Boss

From: Bill

Date: January 14 

Definitely. You should see the progress on Mill No. 2, too. Manny got the window replacements in and the roofing in shape before winter set in, so all of the work since has been largely interior. I toured it today and am impressed.

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Big Inca

To: Bill

From: The Boss

Date: January 7

With the operation running smoothly and the next round of renovations moving along, this is a good time to do some deep thinking.

For example, consider migration. Exports and imports. And consumers. Put them all together, as shoppers.

Play to the universal unhappiness, with a promise that a good will bring comfort. Just don’t get caught up in that psychology yourself.

Remember, planning pays off, especially when it comes to dicing and chopping, blending and mending, and condensing and extending. You can make a little bit go a long, long way.

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Big Inca

To: Bill

From: The Boss

Date: December 29

Enjoy your peace and quiet. It won’t last.

Remember, if you can’t do it slow, you can’t do it fast.

Your old mills are of higher quality than anything that’s going up today.

I hope you appreciate that.

Yes, keep ’em dripping. Frozen pipes are a pain to deal with.

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Big Inca

To: The Boss

From: Bill

Date: December 28 

I look at all of this and start to get sentimental.

And then I go outside to scrape off the car or shovel the walk in front of the store.

It’s not supposed to get above zero for the next week.

Manny says to keep the faucets dripping.

Just in case.

This is the loneliest time of the year.

~*~

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