Jun 18, 2014

Total Identity Theft




Jake XXXXXX jakexxxxxxx__@gmail.com


to me















Casey Fitzsimmons caseywilliams


to Jakeme
Tip: double check the email address to which you send ALL of your personal information. This Casey Williams has no idea who you are. Fortunately I'm not a douche bag, so I wouldn't even know how to do illegal things with this information if I wanted to.

Good luck sorting out your affairs, Jake!

Jake XXXXXXX



to me
Oh gosh how foolish of me... Thanks for being awesome. Best wishes


I was awesome.. until I posted this here. But I don't think you could steal his identity thanks to the stuff I blacked out. The only more personal/dangerous email I've gotten is stuff related to mortgages.

Jun 17, 2014

I no want Lousiana

Jason Louviere automailer@lbrmls.com

12:31 PM

to me
Casey,

Here's what's currently on the market in the areas you requested with a pool.
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The following are the links to the selected listings.

Click Here to go view all listings at once.

L14254166 - Details: 121 RIVER BIRCH DR, LAFAYETTE, LA - $242,000
L14254274 - Details: 104 HABERSHAM DR, YOUNGSVILLE, LA - $298,900
L14254264 - Details: 314 MILL POND DR, YOUNGSVILLE, LA - $242,500

http://lbrmls.com/LAFReports/ListitLib/show_report.aspx?ID=6722501553


Thank you,

Jason Louviere

Teresa Hamilton & Team
Cell: 337-380-4738; Direct: 337-291-4732
Fax: 337-456-2132
jason@teresahamilton.com
www.teresahamilton.com
"2011 Top Individual Residential Selling Agent in Closed Dollar Volume"
Licensed in Louisiana

Van Eaton and Romero
2000 Kaliste Saloom Road, Suite 101
Lafayette, LA. 70508

Casey Fitzsimmons caseywilliams gmail



to Jason
I NO WANT POOL
DIS ALL RONG
I WAN TONHOUZE 
GIV MEE MORTGAUGE


Casey Fitzsimmons caseywilliams gmail


to Jason
OOO ON 2ND THOUT, I LIKE THEES PRIZES
SO CHEEP!!!
BOSTON MUY MONEYS

Jun 12, 2014

Fast Paced Real Estate Market

Hi Casey,

It was nice meeting at the Slauson open house last Sunday, I really enjoyed our conversation . I wanted to see if you needed my help in your search for a home. We are in a fast paced market, and I know that I could help turn your wants into a reality. Please let me know if I can be of assistance, hope you’re having a great day!


All the best,
Brian Spitznagel

REALTOR
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage



Casey Fitzsimmons casey williams at gmail



to Brian
Yes it is a fast paced market! But not so fast paced that I'm ready to quickly move from Boston to LA. 

Check the open house email list again.. chances are you left out a middle initial in this Casey Williams' email address.

Sincerely
Casey Williams Fitzsimmons
Not Quite In The Market Yet For A Home Even In Boston Because Renting Is Pretty Damn Convenient

May 20, 2014

[Breast Milk] Pumping and Traveling

For those of you who aren't nursing moms, you can ignore this post. But when I was preparing to return to work, it was hard to find information about traveling with breast milk and pumping along the way. Yes, I said the word BREAST. I put together the email below for my mom's group and thought I'd post it here so internet searchers can find information in one place.

My first four days back at work in April were a trip to Austin, TX, and honestly, it was kind of fun (see photo to right). There were some tears the night before but once I got on my way, it was fine. Traveling sans baby and pumping the whole time was interesting, especially because I didn't have a direct flight and Texas is far from Boston. 

Some tips for those of you who will have to pump and travel:

- You can take as much liquid through TSA checkpoints as you like (breastmilk or water for formula).

- When traveling with liquids, there are two options for security - you can put the liquids through the x-ray machine and have them quickly inspected by hand, or you can opt out of the x-ray machine and have them put all of the milk/water into a different machine that somehow checks it for bad things but without x-rays. You will then also have to undergo a manual body check. The second option involves EACH bag of milk being put into the machine by itself, so if you're an over-producer who was away for four days, it is going to take awhile. My TSA guy realized that he forgot to give me one of the bags back and chased me down to ensure I got it back; who says the TSA isn't friendly? (Next time I may just x-ray the milk, and by next time I mean today because I'm going to NYC for a few days and of course the train schedule didn't work out.)

- Pumping in the airport was WAY easier than I expected. Just find the "family" restrooms. Some airports have specific lactation rooms but I didn't seek them out. All of the family restrooms I found had a plug, and a few had a chair, or I just sat on the floor or on the counter. The only issue is if someone is waiting to use the restroom and knocks. And then knocks again. And again. And then gives you a dirty look when you leave as a single lady until you tell her that you were pumping milk for your infant, and oh by the way, there's not even a changing table in there for her toddler so she might as well have changed him in the main restroom. You could bring some post-it notes to put a quick note outside so no one gets frustrated.
Pumping on the Acela train was also fine. I just sat on the toilet. Ok fine, EW, but not so bad. There was a plug.

- Keeping the milk cold is also not too hard. For short trips, my friend recommended this small cooler. For anything over a day, I bring a small foldable cooler and a few blue ices, and put them in the micro-fridge freezer at the hotel. On the way home, I also got ice from the ice machine and put it in Ziploc bags that I brought; this helped on the 13 hour trip home. I did not freeze the milk in the hotel because I didn't want it to defrost on the way home; you are not supposed to re-freeze milk. I froze it when I got home. Make sure you call the hotel ahead of time to ensure they have mini-fridges in all of the rooms.

- Storing milk: The bags take up the least amount of room and freeze flat. I used the Honeysuckle Milk Storage bags (Update: I don't recommend these any longer; too many have broken!) and the Target brand milk storage bags. The Target bags are stiffer plastic; both have double ziplocs. Out of the ~30 bags I had, one Target and one honeysuckle bag leaked on the way home because I didn't ensure the double-ziplocs were zipped all the way. Whoops. 
Now I use the Target ones or the Lasinoh ones. WAY too many Honeysuckles have broken. Plus I just realized they have a boob on the bag. Subtle, but still. And I don't use bottles because A. They take up too much room, and B. They are more expensive.
Also, consolidate your individual bags of milk into larger ziploc bags. This will make the TSA-screening process easier and contain any leaks.

- Cleaning the pumping stuff - I just rinsed out the flanges and containers, and/or used these Munchkin Pacifier Wipes, which are much cheaper than the advertised "pump wipes". I brought some dish soap in a small tupperware to wash the pump stuff once I got in the hotel, which would have been great if the tupperware hadn't opened all over the suitcase. At least it was easy to clean up the leaked milk when I got home; there was soap already there! (When I pump at work, I just put the flanges and bottles in a ziploc and in the fridge between pumping sessions and wash it all when I get home.)

- Pumping mechanics: I didn't figure out how to use the hands-free bra before I went, which was my biggest mistake. That thing is awesome. I thought it wouldn't fit right, but it doesn't have to fit like a regular bra. I should have been using that from the first time I pumped.

- Carry-on luggage restrictions don't count for a breast pump, which is considered a medical device. At least it shouldn't - I only had two carry-ons last time so I didn't get challenged. This time I had three and it was mostly fine - I just ignored the security person and didn't have issues.. I put everything (cooler, pump, bra, etc) in a small carry-on suitcase that wheeled around, which was awesome until the telescoping handle wouldn't extend, so I had to carry it around old-school by the handle. Brilliant tip: Make sure your suitcase is working appropriately before leaving the state. :-)

- Before leaving, make sure your baby will drink milk that has been frozen! Some moms have extra enzymes in their milk that makes it taste/smell sour. Some babies don't mind; others do. To prevent it from happening, you have to scald the milk before freezing it. My unfrozen milk was fine; he'll drink it as long as it is slightly warmed, so I don't have to scald the milk before freezing.

- Update - Pumping at your destination: Don't forget to figure out where to pump during your meeting! Typically I reach out to someone I know really well who works at that location, someone who has recently been or is pregnant, or ask to talk with an office/facilities manager. These people will usually go out of their way to help you because it's their job, or because they can empathize. I typically pumped in a "New Mom's Room" or went back to my hotel room if in the same building. I also put calendar reminders on for when I should go pump, and it wasn't always during breaks because a lot of good stuff happens during unstructured meeting time... 

My list of things to bring related to pumping is as follows:
Honeysuckle Milk Storage bags Some kind of milk storage bags
Small cooler for keeping the in-transit milk cold
- Folding soft cooler for the return trip (something like this, though mine is much less high quality)
- Two additional blue ices
- 4 sliding gallon Ziploc bags to hold the clean/dirty pump flanges and ice
- Receiving blanket or muslin to protect clothes, wipe up messes, sit on the floor with, etc
- Small tupperware with dish soap, but enclosed in a small Ziploc; or a small bottle of dish soap
Battery pack and extra batteries in case I can't find a plug (I have a Hygeia EnJoye pump w/out Care and can use this Medela battery pack; you just have to know what voltage your pump takes)
- Breast pump and wall plug
- Bag or rolling suitcase to hold it all

Things you may want to consider:
- Extra shirt in case of spills or leaks
Nursing pads (which I find I don't need unless I miss a pumping session by many hours)
- Nursing cover in case you have to pump somewhere public (don't get me started on LGA)


I was pretty anxious about pumping and traveling but it worked out fine. When I returned home, Max took to nursing again easy as pie (which I was also anxious about). My husband did great with him for the four days, but he's also the primary caregiver even when I'm not traveling so he's familiar with Max's routines. 

Good luck traveling and pumping breast milk! It just takes a little extra time, but is totally worth it. :-)

Bonus photo of Max and me on Mother's day:

Apr 28, 2014

I go to Italy? Amaze-balls!

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Casey Fitzsimmons caseywilliams>



to cdm289
OMG SO EXCITED TO GO TO ITALY, I'VE NEVER BEEN!

Here are places I have been [internationally]: Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Honduras, Peru, Canada, Mexico, Aruba, Jamaica, Kenya, Turkey, Switzerland, Hungary, Austria, Germany, Spain, UK, the Netherlands, France, Japan, Thailand, and India. I may have forgotten a few. 

We used Air BnB in Sonoma, CA and in Peru and had wonderful experiences, so I can't wait to use them in Italy!

Except that i don't know you! So it might be awkward for us to share a room. What do you think?

Sincerely

Casey Williams Fitzsimmons
Boston, MA

Dec 11, 2013

SodaStream or CO2 machine?

Joe Balbas <JBalbas@nuco2.com>
11:50 AM

to me

Joe Balbas | Territory Sales Manager - Knoxville | jbalbas@nuco2.com
NuCO2 ® | www.nuco2.com  | 24/7 Customer Service 800-472-2855

From: Joe Balbas
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 10:35 AM
To: 'kearnewilliams@gmail.com'
Subject: NuCo2

Hi Casey, my name is Joe Balbas, Territory Sales Manager with NuCo2. I oversee the area where you guys are putting in a new restaurant soon in Sylva, NC. I work closely with your Sysco Rep, Glen Golcher who gave me your email address. If you have not already chosen a provider for your CO2 needs, I hope that you will consider using us. What is your time frame for opening?

Joe Balbas | Territory Sales Manager - Knoxville | jbalbas@nuco2.com
NuCO2 ® | www.nuco2.com  | 24/7 Customer Service 800-472-2855

Casey Fitzsimmons <caseywilliams>
1:16 PM

to Joe
Hi Joe
 
I don't have any CO2 needs, though I am thinking about investing in a SodaStream. My husband and i probably drink 2-3 cans of soda water a day, especially now that I'm pregnant and we both drink less alcohol. There's just something about those bubbles that makes it more delicious than plain water! Do you think they're worth the investment and constant cartridge refill?

Do you also deal in Helium? I heard a few weeks ago that there was a helium shortage, so demand must be higher. I personally don't need any helium right now (but think the shortage is interesting), especially since we're about to have a kid. #1 thing choked on - latex balloons. Yup. Babies are kind of like dogs - they learn by putting things in their mouths.

Ha, I'm going to be a great parent - I compare my kid to the dog! Then again, I do treat the dog pretty well... and love him a lot...

Anyway - let me know on the SodaStream opinion.

Best,

Casey [Williams] Fitzsimmons
Boston, MA

PS. As you may have guessed, I don't run a restaurant... though my husband will be opening a franchise next year post-initial-baby. Hm, maybe this mis-directed email was a happy coincidence!






Dec 3, 2013

No Hockey, But LAX is OK? [[Updated]]

Douglas James <douglas.c.james@att.net>
9:52 PM

to katyh_1234ellenjrogersklahsracmelissa.hartri.tflorettathomas.veltzfuller1451steve.shumategarrettfan3cdhowardjillbeauchamp8.jim.reanytomshelley850smeyers6pflanwebnperrymanegallagher21don_mindymeganbrowdyrisharpanscoopersteveandkathysrsaleebybrowe
Middle School Parents

We need your help. You must register your players through our website. Your players are registered and paid with their respective teams. However, we need your US Lacrosse #'s in order for our league insurance to be valid. We are simply asking that you follow the link sent to you from 314lacrosse.com, create an account on our site, provide us a US Lacrosse #, sign an electronic waiver, and checkout. The entire process takes no more than 2 minutes and is important for the everyone to continue in this league. We will not charge you for this. The website already recognizes you as a MS participant since you have come to the site through this link. You do not need to select a program. You simply follow the BLUE buttons on the top right of the page and will ultimately land on a checkout page that says you paid $0.00.

Let us reiterate: We MUST collect US Lacrosse #'s in order to get adequate insurance coverage. We have talked with US Lacrosse and Bollinger about this and the rules are quite strict.

We do not wish to hold any players out of competition, but we will be forced to do so if we do not get this information from the families.

Thanks,
314Lacrosse"

Casey Fitzsimmons <caseywilliams is a stupidly common name at gmail>

to Douglas
Can pregnant women play lacrosse? Or yellow dogs? Or 31 year old men?

Hmm.. given that this is a middle school league, I'm guessing none of the above. However I do think you should make an exception for me because I played street hockey until I got knocked up. My husband is probably a little old/big to play, and the dog would just chase everyone around. 

So what do you think?

Sincerely,

Casey Fitzsimmons
Boston, MA

These ladies don't look pregnant, but Google Image Search says that they're relevant to the search "pregnant woman playing lacrosse" so it must be true.

This is definitely a dog, at least thinking about playing lacrosse. No wait, that looks like hockey. Google, you cray cray.


Douglas James
9:10 PM

to me
Casey,
 
I'm confident there is a "pregnant women's league" somewhere in Boston.  Heck, East Coast--Lacrosse Hotbed--gotta be!!
I have family in Marblehead and ask them to look around for you!!
 
Sorry about the email, obviously we have an incorrect address in the system.
 
Doug
 
P.S. Does the yellow dog retrieve ducks?  If so, we may be able to use him.

Casey Fitzsimmons <caseywilliams>


to Douglas
The yellow dog DOES retrieve things from water --- he loves to fetch logs (firewood size), will tolerate sticks, and has a hatred for ducks, so I think he's trainable as a hunting dog. 

Given my OB/GYN won't let me play street hockey, I'm scared to ask her about LAX! Or perhaps I'll go rogue and start my own pregnant womens' no-contact league. 

Good luck getting your middle school league off the ground. First Step: Getting parents to correctly write down their email addresses.

Sincerely

Casey "Thinking about finally switching to my married name email address" (Williams) Fitzsimmons