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I need to back up for a moment and explain why this story has brought me to tears on a packed CTA bus.
My father died of renal cell carcinoma (kidney cancer) in 1999. At the time,  he was ONE of 1500 known cases in the world.
He was a federal cop, a solider and the coolest dad ever, he died a superhero to me.  Towards the end, my father submitted himself to clinical trials which made him even worse. When I begged him to stop the trials he told me “if it doesn’t help me it will help another family”
13 years later, I found out  that the FDA approved a drug that would help treat this cancer. It wasn’t a cure, but it was a huge step in the right direction. When I saw who the pharmaceutical company was that got approval, I cried at my desk at work. It was the same company that my dad was part of the trials for.
He WAS right.

A year after my father died, thanks to my speech coach, one of my film professors and a sociology professor, I became addicted to comic books…in particular Daredevil. To make a long story short, I find out from one of my uncles ( 2 months later another family member confirmed this for me) that not only was my dad a huge comic nerd, but his favorite books were all Marvel – in particular Daredevil. I never knew this.

I was welcomed into the Marvel Fandom with open arms. Since Iron Man came out in the theaters in 2008, the Fandom has grown by leaps and bounds. It’s insane, but awesome. I have made some of the best friends because of this fandom. I have been a part of and witness too the Fandom rallying around each other and helping with whatever they can.

Since Marvel Studios came to be,  I have noticed the actors, production heads even a prop master rally to help a fan. But this story of Sophie and Stratford hit close to home.

I don’t know if Strat’s daughter Sophie will ever read this blog, but what you have done is amazing.  I wish that I was able to do something like this for my father.  As one fan to another, please tell your dad that I am keeping him and your family in my thoughts. I am also rooting for him to prove the doctors wrong. No one should be told when their last days are. Our heros, both real and fiction, get up every day and fight the good fight not knowing if it’s going to be their last day or if they still have years left in them.

It’s the hardest thing to watch a family member in a situation like this. I’m doing it again with my mom. The only thing that gets you through the day sometimes is when your other family, the ones who you never met but talk about your favorite things with (like comics) are out there rooting for you and supporting you. I have never met this family, but because Stratford is a fellow Marvel fan, he’s part of my other family…my Marvel Fandom family. 

For all the Merry Marching Society members that moved with lighting speed to help Sophie out: you guys are the reason why the Marvel Fandom is so great.  We may not know all of each other, I may not even meet a quarter of all the members in my lifetime, but when shit hits the fan, I know you are there.

So, I ask that all of the Marvel family, support in anyway you can another family member. In this case, I ask that you send messages of support on twitter with the hash tag #capforstrat so this family knows we are sending our support and love from around the world.

Sometimes, just sometimes, a message of love is exactly what a hero needs to keep fighting.


Sorry folks.  I promised before there would be a better and current blog post cycle and I failed. However there is a very good reason. After nearly 9 months of unemployment, over 1000 applications and hundreds of interviews I finally landed the dream job in recruiting thst I have been looking for. Is it my dream job? No. That dream is running a certain film studio in Hollywood,but I am a realistic person.

This company, the more and more I spend time with our top brass makes me happy. Why? It’s really how the company philosophy is and the philosophy of our COO and CEO. I’ve been here two weeks and tackling everything … including taking on the sales side of recruiting in which I haven’t had the opportunity to do yet. I am currently writing this on my tablet at the family home of the owners outside of Boston. I have been here a couple of days with my boss and a few others in a massive amount of training.

Since I have been back in recruiting, I realized that there are a lot of things that drove me up the wall with this job. Some of these I have already addressed (which you can see here and here ). Considering now that I am handling candidates and clients and learning a whole new industry,  I thought this would be a great post.

1. Keep your recruiter informed.
If you are working on a contract at company ABC but it was company XYZ that contacted, interviewed you and is cutting your check, stay on your recruiters good side. Keep them updated. This does not mean tell them about every single sneeze you take, but if you feel uncomfortable working at the site TELL THEM. There could be a miss communication somewhere.
Even the best recruiters can mess up, without even knowing. I know of a case, years ago, where a friend was working a contract. She was told that the job would have XYZ job duties.  About a week after she started, she learned it was really ABC duties. She felt uncomfortable but didn’t want to say anything in fear of loosing the position. Some of these duties she hadnt had alot of experience doing in the past, but, suzie being suize pulled out all the stops to do the job to the best of her abilities.
A couple months went by of this into a six month contract. Then all of a sudden the client tells her not to come back on Monday. She leaves and calls the recruiter. The recruiter is confused at first because they just learn that Suize was doing ABC not XYZ. Not only could Suize have been making more money per the arrangement that the client had with the recruiting company, but the client trashed her to the recruiting company saying that Suize wasn’t performing well in the job.
Guess what? If Suize would have said something early on, the recruiter could have gotten her more money, fixed things with the client, held the client to the terms of the contract and Suize wouldnt have been miserable waiting to see if the axe would have dropped on her that day. Any recruiter worth their salt would have tried to fix the problem from day 1. In this situation it was not the recruiters fault because they were going by what was written in the contract, but the client was trying to work the system to get a skilled worker for cheaper.

2. Never ever in a million years call a recruiter and leave a message trashing the client (if its a contract job), their company, or their colleagues.
This happened to me last week. I was on the phone talking to a new candidate.  My phone rings but I can’t switch over quick enough.  Before I can listen to the voicemail, a client calls with a problem. While I am talking to the client, the same number calls again (within 5 minutes of the first call) and leaves another voicemail. I finally get to the voicemails ( within 1/2 hour of the first call left).
Bob (not real name) left me two voicemails, upset because supposedly no one ever calls him from my office. My boss overheard the voicemails. Even she was a bit taken aback. Bob went on and on trashing the recruiter previous to me. I have never spoken to him and didn’t even know who he was. Bob didn’t know there was a changing of the guard so to speak, which does not excuse the unprofessionalism he displayed.  Do you really think I want to send him to any client right now??

3.Do NOT APPLY TO POSITIONS that you are not qualified for.
In the last two weeks I have probably looked at a few hundred resumes. I have said this in the other posts, but I cannot stress this enough. If you are a chemist do not apply for a, say, police officer posting. We recruiters talk to each other regardless of what company we work for. Recruiters that I worked with at my last job still talk with me, we pick each others brains and try to top each other with “you wont believe the candidate that I got today” stories. Guess what? Three totally different companies in three totally different fields.  How is it then we all know candidate Bob McCreamcheese? (Totally made up name). Because Bob had a resume that stood out, in a bad way, and applied to jobs each of us were managing. I, probably better than most, understand the job hunt/trying to keep food on the table desperate moments, but one of the reasons that Bob has not found a job yet is because he is blindly applying.

Let me put it this way. You are in a candy store and can have ANY candy. Lets say you are allergic to peanuts, but you really want something with chocolate. You wouldn’t sit there trying piece after piece of candy till you found something that tasted good, now would you? No, because not only could you get yourself sick from all the sugar, but you might accidently eat peanuts and REALLY get sick. Plus there is the fact that you are wasting time and money to figure out that you wanted chocolate. If you did your research and paid attention before you walked into the candy shop, you would know that the chocolate bark is good, but it has nuts so you can’t eat it, but the dark chocolate fudge doesn’t have nuts, and its super yummy.

So why would you blindly apply to every single job that you see? You are not only wasting time of whoever on the receiving end of your application, but, much like you might have an allergic reaction in the above scenario,  you could be doing more harm than good. Job hunting is NOT a numbers game. It’s a strategic one.

More to come!!!

Wow. Scourge and I saw Captain America:The Winter Solider last night at our favorite theater here in Chicago:Amc River East. This theater is in the heart of the Gold Coast neighborhood down the street from Navy Pier. It’s always packed for opening shows.

Since Iron Man 1 Scourge and I will go opening weekend (preferably midnight shows) for the Marvel films here. Never regretted it, especially after last night.
For the last year or so, there’s been this trend to have opening shows at 8pm on top of 10 pm and midnight release of a movie. Why? I don’t know, probably to capture more sales, but it works.

Scourge and I had tickets for the 8pm show. We got to the theater at 7pm expecting chaos like always. Kudos to the theater. Seriously. Since Avengers mayhem, AMC (especially River East) are on the ball with keeping the chaos to nill. We had tickets for the 2D show and we’re able to go straight to the theater where as ticket holders for 3D were standing in a long line waiting to go up.

This is our theater at about 730 last night:



It was awesome. If you look dead center in this picture you can see a guy wearing sequined shirt of Captain America’s uniform. Four to the left is a women dressed as Black Widow. I actually thanked her after the movie for doing the traditional 616 comic book version of the costume….and it was awesomely done. While everyone was waiting, people were standing and talking to other fans and complimenting them on their choice of attire for the evening. I got numerous compliments for my Captain button up work shirt and earnings.

I knew this was going to be a great crowd when someone cat called at the screen for a commerical for Rock In Rio. It was even better during trailers.

After the Michael Bay Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trailer, someone…well I won’t repeat verbatim what they said, but they wished the death of Michael Bay. The entire audience roared in laughter. There were squeals of delight (myself included) when Angelina Jolie appeared on screen as Malificent. 
Scourge and I have a tendency to whisper to each other throughout a movie. Scourge claimed after watching that trailer that Angelina will get an Oscar nomination for the role. I wouldn’t be at all surprised…he is very good at making Oscar predictions.

One of the best parts (before the film even started) was the crowd reaction to the Guardians of the Galaxy trailer. It was insane. I actually turned around to look at the audience and saw people STANDING applauding the screen. This is the same trailer that aired weeks ago on Jimmy Kimmel Live, not anything new.

THEN the movie starts and during the Marvel Studios title card opening there were numerous cries of “Finally” throughout the audience.

I don’t want to spoil anything, but just based on the crowd reaction in my theater and the waves of people I saw for the 3D showings, I am predicting over $90 million for opening weekend ( frankly I wouldn’t be surprised if it cleared $100million). The film is great, everyone in the theater cheered, laughed, booed at the right parts (the booing came when certain villians appeared). At the end of the film, the cheering was deafing.

As the people (who were smart enough to stay till the lat end credit…which was most of the theater) strolled out, it was like listening to a bunch of little kids talking about their favorite cartoon. Everyone was in love with the film, didn’t hear a SINGLE negative comment. Gave me warm fuzzies.

But that’s the great thing about movies: the shared experience. Years and years ago when Daredevil came out, I went to see the Friday noon showing before going to work. The crowd was thin, but hilarious. My favorite memory from that was hearing a guy yell “holy shit it’s Silent Bob” when Kevin Smith came on screen.  When I saw X-men 2: X-men United, a brother and sister I started talking with while waiting in line were sitting in front of me. When Nightcrawler and Mystique are talking in the forest one of them said “Oh that’s cute he has a crush on her” and my reaction was “dude…that’s his mom”

I won’t ever forget,  till the day I die, when Black Widow says in this movie “I’m multitasking” and Scourge elbowed me and whispered ” my god that’s you”.
Or when the girl called for Michael Bays death. I yelled back “thank you” which caused more laughs. No one in the theater will forget that.

This is the reason why you need to go to a theater and watch a film. That new community was built, albeit a short time, where we all enjoyed an amazing story.

That’s why I love movies!

I graduated out of Columbia College Chicago. BA Film/Video specializing in film producing. I love movies. Always have, even as a kid. It was a special treat in my family to go to see a movie opening weekend. I lost count how many Friday evenings were movie night with the family.

These are the films that I am *stoked* to see this year. Here’s the thing, I am rating these based on if you should spend your hard earned cash at the theater or wait till you can watch it on Netflix.

Rating System is as follows:

  • Opening Night Worthy: These are the films that I would (if I had the time and money) sit outside the theater until midnight to see the film.
  • 2nd Run Worthy: We have a couple of theaters in Chicago that play films in second run (usually a month or so after they are released, quicker if the movie is exceptionally bad).
  • Must Own on DVD: This should be part of any good fan’s collection.
  • Red Box Worthy: Worth checking out for a buck to see how good/bad it really is against the reviews that came out. Or to rip apart. 🙂

Anything else I wouldn’t even waste my time on. All release dates are for USA market.Muppets

Muppets Most Wanted

  • 2nd Run Worthy
  • Released: March 20th, 2014
  • Directed By:James Bobin
  • Starring: Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Animal, Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell, Tina Fey

I was pleasantly surprised by the first film (especially during the “Man or Muppet” segment with the guest star). Initial reviews of the film are not so hot, however Tom Hiddleston makes a cameo and it deserves at least one viewing on the big screen.


Captain America: The Winter Solider

  • Opening Night WorthyCap2
  • Must own on DVD/Blu-Ray
  • Releases April 3rd/4th 2014
  • Directed By: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
  • Starring: Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Redford, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Cobie Smulders, Frank Grillo, Georges St-Pierre, Hayley Atwell, Toby Jones, Emily VanCamp, Maximiliano Hernández

It’s Captain America! Come on! In this film we are supposedly going to see how Cap adapts to the real world (I am really hoping that one of the lines is “Whats an Ip-od?” which is right out of the comics). Also, another reason I want to see this is that supposedly they are going to expand the character of Black Widow. With the upcoming Marvel Knight’s Netflix shows (particularly Daredevil) I am hoping to see a reference there!




Only Lovers Left Alive

  • Opening Night
  • Releases April 11th, 2014
  • Limited Release, check your local listings.
  • Directed By: Jim Jarmusch
  • Starring:Tilda Swinton, Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, John Hurt, Anton Yelchin, Jeffrey Wright

Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston as Vampires against the world. Do I need to say anything else? Mucho props to filmmakers for filming in Detroit and helping the economy in the area. Plot Summary: set against the desolation of Detroit and Tangier, an underground musician, depressed by the direction the world is taking, reunites with his lover. Their love story has endured for centuries, but the woman’s uncontrollable sister disrupts their idyll. Can these wise outsiders continue to survive as the world collapses around them?

The Amazing Spider-man 2spidey2

  • 2nd Run/Red Box Worthy
  • Releases May 2nd, 2014
  • Directed By: Marc Webb
  • Starring:  Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, Campbell Scott, Embeth Davidtz, Colm Feore, Paul Giamatti, Sally Field,
    B.J. Novak

I was really hoping that with the revamp to the franchise things would get better and they did. However I had a lot of problems with the first film and it seems as though they are carrying over into the second film. The two things are a) too many villains (really haven’t we learned this formula doesn’t work yet Hollywood?) and b) poor VFX work. I come from the school of thought that the best VFX work should be where you can’t tell its VFX work (ahem, I submit for example pretty much anything Marvel Studios has done). This still looks campy to me.


X-men: Days of Future’s Past

  • Opening Weekend/2nd Run Worthy
  • Releases May 23rd, 2014X-Men-_Days_of_Future_Past_134
  • Directed By: Bryan Singer
  • Starring: Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Halley Berry, Nicholas Hoult, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore, Peter Dinklage, Omar Sy, Daniel Cudmore, Fan Bingbing, Boo Boo Stewart, Adan Canto, Evan Peters, Josh Helman, Lucas Till, Evan Jonigkeit

I am having a love/hate with what I have seen thus far on the film. There’s a HUGE change to the original story (which in some ways makes sense, but I am still the producer type that says “Don’t change massive parts of the source material”). Then again, we get to see Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen on the screen together again.. hmmm. Then again, Bryan Singer returns to the franchise, hopefully to salvage what has been done with X3: X-men United, and the Cannon retconned in X-men: First Class.  This is an epic storyline from the comic book, and well known to readers and those of us who grew up on the cartoons back in the 90’s, so hopefully its handled with care.



Maleficent  Maleficent_13

  • Opening Weekend Worthy
  • Releases May 30th, 2014
  • Directed By:Robert Stromberg
  • Starring: Angelina Jolie, Sharlto Copley, Elle Fanning, Sam Riley, Imelda Staunton, Juno Temple, Lesley Manville

Wow.. Just wow. My favorite Disney film of all time was Sleeping Beauty (because its the first movie I can ever remember watching. I fell asleep at one point and woke up to see Maleficent fighting the fairies… which scared the hell out of 4 year old me). The makeup and costuming for this, just based on the trailer, deserve Oscar nominations. Plus, Angelina Jolie just looks born to play the part. I’ve been watching the trailer over and over again. The last time I was this excited to see a new take on a B-list type of character was when Iron Man 1 was in production.



  • 2nd Run WorthyHercules_15
  • Releases July 25, 2014
  • Directed by: Brett Ratner
  • Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Ian McShane, Rufus Sewell, Joseph Fiennes, Peter Mullan, John Hurt, Rebecca Ferguson, Ingrid Bolso Berdal, Aksel Hennie, Reece Ritchie

Another Love/Hate situation here. Love the story of Hercules, love Dwayne Johnson as an actor… but hate the VFX work. Needs to be watched on Big Screen at least once. I am praying that the VFX are solid enough that it holds through the movie. It seems as though lately with films that take place in the Greek/Roman Pantheons that the VFX are just… icky.  My big concern is that this is being directed by Ratner, who as a tendency to go off the reservations when adapting things and/or trying to squish 4 storylines into a film (I submit to the court for evidence: X-men 3)





Guardians of the Galaxy

  • Opening Night Worthy
  • Releases August 1, 2014
  • Directed By: James Gunn
  • Starring: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Lee Pace, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, Djimon Hounsou, John C. Reilly, Glenn Close, Benicio del Toro

Come on, have you seen the trailer for this yet? This looks like a load of laughs. 3 reasons to see this movie (in no order): A walking/talking tree named Groot, Glenn Close, and a Racoon with a bazooka. Who isn’t a racoon. But looks like a racoon. (It will make sense, I promise).I was worried at first when I heard that Gunn was directing this. Still slightly worried, but not nearly as much after I saw the trailer. This is a risk by Marvel to take, but I think they are at the point that *god forbid* this tanks at the box office (which I doubt it will) that it won’t effect the company too much (now Ant-Man is a different story).



Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill ForSin_City-_A_Dame_to_Kill_For_3

  • Opening Night Worthy
  • Releases August 22nd, 2014.
  • Directed By: Robert Rodriguez, Frank Miller
  • Starring: Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Josh Brolin, Powers Boothe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Eva Green, Dennis Haysbert, Martin Csokas, Rosario Dawson, Jamie Chung, Jamie King, Alexa Vega, Julia Garner, Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven, Ray Liotta, Juno Temple, Christopher Lloyd, Stacy Keach, Jude Ciccolella

All I can say is: FINALLY. Yeesh, 9 years after the first film comes out, we finally get the next one. As a huge fan of film noir, and comic book junkie, I have been waiting a long time for this.



Gone Girl

  • 2nd Run Worthy
  • Releases October 3rd 2014
  • Directed by: David Fincher
  • Stars: Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Kim Dickens, Patrick Fugit, Carrie CoonGone_Girl_1

I’ve always been a sucker for thrillers and espically if Affleck is in them (In my opinion he’s a better director than actor, but as far as acting, he needs to stick with dramas and thrillers).

Synopsis: On a warm summer morning in North Carthage, Missouri, it is Nick and Amy’s fifth wedding anniversary. Presents are being wrapped and reservations are being made when Nick Dunne’s clever and beautiful wife disappears from their rented McMansion on the Mississippi River. Husband-of-the-Year Nick Dunne isn’t doing himself any favors with cringe-worthy daydreams about the slope and shape of his wife’s head, but hearing from Amy through flashbacks in her diary reveal the perky perfectionist could have put anyone dangerously on edge. Under mounting pressure from the police and the media—as well as Amy’s fiercely doting parents—the town golden boy parades an endless series of lies, deceits, and inappropriate behavior. Nick is oddly evasive, and he’s definitely bitter—but is he really a killer?


The JudgeThe_Judge_1

  • Opening Night Worthy
  • Releases October 10, 2014
  • Directed By: David Dobkin
  • Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall, Vincent D’Onofrio, Vera Farmiga,

RDJ plays an attorney that comes back to his hometown for his mother’s funeral. Duvall is the town judge suspected in the murder (RDJ father). Come on. A mystery with the two greatest Roberts of acting? Could RDJ finally get the Oscar he deserved since Chaplin?


The Secret Service

  • 2nd Run Worthy
  • Releases October 24, 2014
  • Directed by Matthew Vaughn
  • Starring: Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Michael Caine, Samuel L. Jackson, Sophie Cookson, Sofia Boutella

From the same team that brought us Kick-Ass, we get a story about ” … the ramifications of how America is struggling on the world stage,” Millar wrote of the series in its original solicitation. “Funding is being seriously undercut to balance the books and some people are trying their best to take advantage of the fragile global situation.”  Makes me want to pick up the comic and read it now 🙂


There are probably alot of films left off this list that you think I would be interested in. What are those? What are the films you are excited for? Speak your mind below!


Right now I am sitting on a couch next to Ellie Sully (go check out her comic here).

I have known her for now almost seven years. We first met working in the salt mines (not literally, but it felt like it) of an RPO firm on a smoke break one day. Been friends and co-workers since. She was also laid off with me back in July.

Here’s the thing, despite all the BULLSHIT going on each other’s lives (and at a couple of times, at the same time), we try to push each other to be better…. at everything. This could be being better artists or better at whatever day job we are at. Sometimes, its just pushing each other to get through the day.

So, when it comes to Ellie Sully and her dad, Gin, KM, Danny Boy and his wife, C,  or Scourge, I’ll treat them like royalty because they are ALWAYS, I cannot stress this enough, ALWAYS there to help in both good and bad times.

There are some people, and I will refer to them as Jack and Sally (not real names), who I thought were on this list and they were for awhile. Life happens, and they have fallen off the face of the planet. Some of this is for legit reasons, but before the legit reasons happened, it was a struggle to hang out with them or even talk on the phone. I was the one always reaching out and adjusting my schedule so I could see them.

That gets tiring after awhile. It really does, especially when you are struggling to deal with major problems. I was pissed (and still am to an extent) at Jack and Sally, because I felt left out of sharing certain joys with them. That was pretty much the icing on the cake with me.

Danny Boy’s wife, C, called me first after family to tell me that they were engaged. Was it probably because I introduced the two of them? Possibly, but regardless I was one of the first to find out. C got busy and dropped off radars for a little bit because of wedding planning, which is understandable. The difference between these two and Jack and Sally however is that they made sure to include me in the wedding details and invited me to the wedding. Both of them were actually apologetic at the wedding about not calling etc, which was a funny type of ridiculous.

Everyone in that list above has been trying to help Ellie Sully and myself in some way over the years. Whether it was on a project, finding a job, baby sitting etc. Sometimes its just calling and going “Just wanted to make sure you haven’t killed anyone”.

When you have a friend struggling with something- illness, depression, lack of money- you may not have the ability to help they way you want too. You don’t have a magic wand to fix everything for them (if so… please let me know!), but at the end of the day, the human condition is that we want to feel connected to someone.

Sometimes its the simplest things that you can do to cheer someone up or help them out. Just hanging out and talking over coffee, inviting them over for dinner and a movie. Nothing fancy, just pizza and a dvd! Maybe you are busy yourself, call them- check in and day “hi”… let them vent about whatever is bothering them. Sometimes they just need to be in your general presence and that cheers them up. If you have a few extra bucks, buy them something they like that they can’t afford now (like a comic book… thanks Scourge!).

Like today, sitting on a couch with Ellie Sully as we both goof off online between cleaning her apartment and listening to Animainiacs.

These are the people that you need to cherish and take care of in your life. At some point, they will go through a bad spell and you can help them out.

Hopefully, there is a point where everyone can take a break from the hard times and enjoy a happy moment- like a baby shower, a wedding, a birthday.


I’m Sorry!

Posted: February 13, 2014 in Uncategorized

Ok. I am sorry.

It’s been months since I post and I apologize.

Personally its been a bit rough. Issues with ill family members, estate things- job hunting.

Yes I am still job hunting. I did have a contract for a little bit, but that was about it.

So, I want to apologize. There are going to be more posts… at least once a week if not more.

What do you want to talk about??? 🙂