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Roku Me Some Gilmore Girls

In 1983 my first real job out of college was as a communications (PR) assistant with an international export market development organization in Denver. At the time the office was being automated, fully computerized for the first time. As the … Continue reading

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Sir and Mad Visit Aunt Spoon

“Your Mom’s cousins are here,” my cousin’s husband Marty tells their daughter (an actress) who is calling from LA. My sister (Sir) Julie and her daughter Madison and my niece (Mad) and I (Aunt Spoon) are sitting in my cousin’s … Continue reading

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Waxing Nostalgic: Adjusting to Life in My Hometown

(Following is my column, which appeared in the Tues., Dec. 4th edition of the Devils Lake Journal http://www.devilslakejournal.com/ where I am a reporter/writer. For more info about my hometown of Devils Lake, North Dakota, visit http://www.devilslakend.com/) Fast Eddie was waxing … Continue reading

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Poppin’ on By: Adjusting to Life in My Hometown

(Following is my column, which appeared in the Tues., July 24, edition of the Devils Lake Journal http://www.devilslakejournal.com/ where I sell ads and write stories.  For more info about my hometown of Devils Lake, North Dakota, visit http://www.devilslakend.com/) If you’ve been … Continue reading

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Bells and Whistles: Small Town Sounds: Adjusting to Life in My Home Town

Following is my column that appeared in the Tuesday, Devils Lake Journal, in Devils Lake, North Dakota. Growing up in Devils Lake, I was accustomed to regularly hearing the sound of church bells and music and the blare of the … Continue reading

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Party Like a Rock Star: Grandma B. Turns 100

Thanks to my sis Julie for suggesting the title for this blog post. Although this post isn’t about job hunting, it is about family, whose support is so important in job hunting. And anyone who turns 100, especially your Grandmother, is worthy … Continue reading

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