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), but if my emotional goodbye toward the end of the trip gives you any insight into how I was feeling, you can guess the last thing I wanted to do was travel back to NYC…alone. hunk of the South (let me tell you, they raise ’em different down here! He was such a catch and had all his ducks in a row: nice, sweet, stable job, his own house, and a cute little 1-year old pup.