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When I was preparing to be out of town for three months, my primary concern was for my mail. Sarah collected my mail, divided it into junk, keep and send piles. She tossed the junk, mostly fliers and ads, put the keeps, catalogues and magazines, in my apartment, and forwarded the sends, personal letters and bills, to me in envelopes I had pre-addressed and stamped. I was able to keep up with paying my bills and had a reasonable stack of magazines and catalogues with chick to deal when I returned. Sarah did this job with skill and care, which made me being away much more comfortable than it would have been otherwise.

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