As regular readers know, I have been building a website for Hansel in a desperate attempt to help him find a regular source of income, other than me. For reasons not clear, I bought his domain name from http://www.godaddy.com. This … Continue reading
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Both my offspring are job-seekers and so I have been spending a lot of time helping with applications. Would-be employers now request emails with attachments, and letters of rejection or invitations to interview are sent electronically, if at all. For … Continue reading
Posted in Blarney Family, Culture with the Crone, Customer service, itchy ankle, Life's vexations
Tagged calling Ireland, Comcast, communications, customer service, electronic communicatons, email, generation gap, job applications, junk mail, Lil Wayne, millenials, oovoo, ould sod, skype, texting, virtual communications
The world is short of interesting men. This makes it sad to lose one. Jeff Stamps,a particularly interesting man, died on June 11, 2011 after living with pancreatic cancer for just over a year. I went to his memorial service at the First Unitarian … Continue reading
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Tagged Buddhism, eliza stamps, fields of gold, Jeff Stamps, Jessica Lipnack, Jewish burial, Kaddish, memorial service, music therapy, Ray Elman, twinkle twinkle little star, Unitarian Church
Check out Hansel’s new website. Forget London, Paris, New York, Munich as locations–this three-center business concentrates on DC, Lanham and Itchy Ankle.
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Princess Di came round with her Point and Shoot a few weeks ago and captured my garden’s good side. I beamed with pride. Peggoty says that flowers bring out the best in people and it is impossible to be petty, … Continue reading
The graduating class of Duval High School shared their tiger blood yesterday with the hundreds of family members and friends who came to celebrate them. Principal Eric Harrison should be very proud of the showing. From the moment the soloist … Continue reading