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10 Things I Never Thought I Would Hear at Work

Written by Carolina Luevanos-Garcia on Monday, August 16, 2010 at 7:42pm I was told by my parents and other influential people, that I would someday be a professional woman, leading a group of highly intelligent people in the direction of … Continue reading

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ROaStEd NuTS

Written February 8, 2011 “You don’t understand what I mean.  When I say be home at 6 o’clock that means 6 O’clock not nine or ten!  I’m not putting up with this bull#$%*.  Now didn’t she tell you that you … Continue reading

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“It’s All a Blur. Like a Horrible Daymare!”

Written September 23, 2010 Batman taught Robin many lessons over the years. And in doing so, he taught us as well. The foundation of all his wisdom was about our civic duty to be on our best behavior at all … Continue reading

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How was your day?

Written on Wednesday, August 4, 2010, at 11:15pm The other day I told you all about how I carried my coffee mugs, etc. home from work in a bucket of plums. I didn’t tell you that I took a picture … Continue reading

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Is this the party to whom Im speaking?

Written Thursday, July 29, 2010, at 10:35pm     I remember watching the Rowan and Martin duo MC the 60’s show, Laugh In. I was very young and obviously impressionable. I used to imitate Lily Tomlin and speak like Edith … Continue reading

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Techno Envy

Written on Friday, July 23, 2010, at 11:47pm I like to take pictures. I have lens envy. I like to text. I want the emoticons for the iPhone. I like to play games on the phone. I need the most … Continue reading

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Little Moments

Written on Wednesday, July 21, 2010, at 11:20pm   I have been writing quite a bit about my daughters impending departure to college. Sorry, its probably one of those things that I didn’t think mattered when I went away to … Continue reading

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Moe! Larry! Cheese!

Written on July 19, 2010 at 11:12pm There is something to be said about being able to laugh out loud at work. We have a particularly wonderful arrangement at our office in that we are secure behind locked doors, and … Continue reading

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Donuts with Sprinkles….

July 16, 2010 I know that I probably start a number of my notes this way, and I’m not trying to be like Jerry Seinfeld, but I’m starting to understand why he started his act with a question. What’s up … Continue reading

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The Planets Aligned

July 12, 2010 Sometimes I wonder about just how much truth there is in all that pure, untaught, “non inferential” knowledge stuff…. And then I wonder whether pheromones added to the mix can make for us co-workers, an unmitigated day … Continue reading

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When Do Co-workers Become Family?

*I believe this is the first of a number of Facebook Notes that became a series of commentaries about working in a field parole office.  The names of the people working there were eventually changed to tags based on a … Continue reading

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Let Go. Be.

Oliver Sacks, upon learning of his diagnosis of terminal cancer wrote: “I feel a sudden clear focus and perspective. There is no time for anything inessential. I must focus on myself, my work and my friends. I shall no longer … Continue reading

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