Sitting Shivah for the Financial Sector

For those who have emailed me out of concern, because I have not written a post in over a week, I have taken a minute away from the services to let you all know that I am OK. I little depressed as is to be expected under these conditions, but OK.

Next week’s Catholic Funeral for the Financial Sector will require that all women wear black mantillas. My choice is the one noted below which you can buy for only $24.99 from HeadCoverings by Devorah

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14 thoughts on “Sitting Shivah for the Financial Sector

  1. Sitting Shiva–
    Honey—mourn something that warrants mourning. For too long the banks played fast and loose—and now they are paying the price.

    My personal trainer was granted a loan for an $800,000 condo “in the day!” The banks lent money like literal fools. Now it’s time to pay the piper–literally.

    I’m sorry that I can’t be all PC about this–but can’t we NOW speak the truth. A lot of truth telling needs to happen.

    PURGE, financial industry, PURGE! OH, 😉 that’s already underway.
    (couldn’t resist that one!)

  2. Gordon,

    I only have so much time in a week to blog, so yes, commenting does use that time. But I also had two closings (one records today and one recorded on Monday) a new listing I put on yesterday morning and I’m transitioning to Coldwell Banker Bain. It’s been a big week. I had to close the post to comments when it went over 250 comments.

  3. Pam,

    It would also solve the perennial bad hair day problems caused by Seattle weather conditions. I seriously considered shaving my head once. I may have to go back to my original “agent hairdo” which was a french braid or braided bun.

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