Be careful what you ask for folks. I've been trying for months to get some new project assignments from my European clients. Got an e-mail today from my German friends asking if I'd be interested in writing about one of their Brazilian subsidiaries. Fantastic! Only one small problem. All the input material for the project is in Portuguese.
My rental property is officially leased. I signed all the paperwork this afternoon. Hopefully, this will be a good tenant. They all start out good. Something always happens though. They lose their job. A boyfriend moves in with them. They join a cult. They have loud parties and drive the neighbors crazy. We'll see how this turns out. I've discovered over the years that the best tenants are traveling salesman. People who spend a lot of time on the road and just need a home base usually turn out to be perfect tenants. They're not around enough to trash the place. Once I rented to the activities director on a cruise ship. This guy was hardly ever there at all. He was the best renter I ever had. I guess the holy grail would be to find a renter who never even moved in at all.
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