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Yay! I am so happy for you...Congrats and have a big glass of vino to celebrate


ALRIGHT LISA! :) Congratulations, when do you start?


Congratulations! Sounds like a terrific opportunity.


Congratulations! Hope it is everything you want it to be.

P.S. That Dooce article I sent you? It was actually from the January 2006 edition of Glamour in case anyone is looking for it.


Lisa, I'm tickled pink for you. I hope you'll be very happy there!


Dear Lisa, I am so happy for you, I wish you all the best with your new job. When do you start? You and your lovely family, needed a break. I have been reading Martins blog, and I loved his letters to Mia. Good luck to you, Martin, Dexter and Mia, may this be the start to better times.You have had a rough time.


Congrats Lisa, that is excellent news.


Good for you, Lisa! Congratulations! New Year, new start, eh? :)

milk and cake

yay! congratulations!

i had to admit, having a real job again and getting to wear "big girl" girls is pretty fun. i forgot how much i do actually like to get dressed.


What a Xmas gift !!! Yay for you !!!!


I'm so happy for you and your family, Lisa. That didn't take long at all. Congrats, my friend.


Lisa, way to go!

I knew you could do it, and you did.

Good things come to those who go out and grab them!


Time of year being what it is, I am a bit behind on my blogs. So I was overjoyed to catch up on yours and read this post. I am just thrilled for you. When you are good-and you clearly are--you're good!



What kind of clothes are required at your new job?
Are you wearing long dressy slacks and heels?


I wear slacks and sweaters or blouses and since it's winter, I get to wear some of my many pairs of cool boots that aren't work boots.

Friday is casual day, jeans or khakis and a sweater.

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