Attention/Ah-teeeen-shun!

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I thought about titling today’s posting with the idiom “the devil is in the details,” but definitely don’t want to encourage any religious commentary. I added the phonetic version of “attention” as used in the military to, hopefully, grab your, um, attention. Paralegal job descriptions often list “detail oriented” as a requirement since paralegals routinely […]

Law & Order

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Every Wednesday, a reminder sits on my calendar prompting me to call Detective Briscoe to find out if he needs my help with whatever case he’s working on that day. Fine, that’s only half true. I do have an ongoing Wednesday reminder I call “Law & Order,” but it doesn’t have anything to do with […]

Ode to Roy & Kevin

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Been there, done that – didn’t think I’d be walking down the divorce road ever again. But this one won’t require the services of Berner Klaw & Watson like my first divorce:  my gay “husband” is leaving me and is taking his partner – who has also become my husband’s “partner” – along with him […]

A Non-Hostile Takeover

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I have always loved reading and writing. As for blog writing, I have to confess that, years ago, when blogging first became popular, I used to think reading them was a waste, wondering why I’d spend any precious time reading a stranger’s opinion. Thank goodness, I came to my senses, realizing that reputable bloggers take […]

Are You Utilizing the Listserve?

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In this day and age, we all know that our local associations benefit from having a listserve. They can readily distribute information to their members regarding upcoming events, fundraisers, and any other news associated with the organization and its business. But do you utilize the listserve? The listserve is not just a resource for the association; […]