Monthly Archives: October 2007

Go Hanna go!

Three weeks ago I meet my niece for the first time.  She was able to bounce up and down a bit as you held her up but not much more.  The same was true when we hung out two weekends … Continue reading

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How is MSFT doing? — an update

On May 5, 2006 I blogged about Microsoft stock was performing and how the stock had done since Steve Balmer had been named President and then also CEO.  Since MSFT has been doing better as of late — almost a … Continue reading

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Hutch Award finalists announced

So we announced this last Friday and I am a bit slow on getting this into my blog. We now have the 10 finalists for the 2007 Hutch Award.  The award luncheon is on 1/23/08 on the field at Safeco … Continue reading

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Styx, Foreigner, and Def Leppard at White River

    On September 26th after work I headed down to the White River Amphitheatre for the Styx, Foreigner, and Def Leppard concert.  I went with two fun gals who both have similar names and ironically have a sister name … Continue reading

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Bug nets — what a simple concept

When I read Sports Illustrated: Hate Mail from Cheerleaders and Other Adventures from the Life of Reilly by Rick Reilly one of the stories talked about how something as simple as a $10 bug net with a slight covering of insecticide could save … Continue reading

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Broadway shows coming to Seattle in 2008

Since I do not get to NYC that often I have had a season subscription to "Broadway at the Paramount" or I guess it is called Broadway Across America for many years now to get a little culture in my … Continue reading

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RIP MarcO

I am fairly certain that when I interviewed for a full time position I was not a slam dunk hire.  I had come up off a great year long internship but I was entering the XL team at the time … Continue reading

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