Thursday, December 30, 2010

Usually I pay attention

LOL! Who am I kidding....I miss things all the time. Including this article that was in our local paper, Oregon City News, around Halloween. I remember doing the interview, and that was about it. Gone, didn't even remember to pick up a me, in October it is like a whirl wind at the graveyard! If the cats were not so vocal in the morning, I would probably forget to feed them :D

Photo Dick Trtek
So I got an email from a friend today that said.

"Your responses sound so rehearsed, compared to Jeff. Almost like you were in marketing or something."

"What are you talking about?" I say.

"That article."

"What...great what did I do now?"

"It is from is a copy.  And your welcome. Next time pay attention!"

Hum....compliment? Maybe. Kidding?  Likely. Knowing this person, just having a bit of fun at my expense.

I read it and went, sh*t..... I do sound like that? Wow, I think I was mistaking an interview with a press release…..bad frog queen!

Anyway, very flattering article – Thanks Ellen!


  1. great! you all are in the public eye... good press.
    happy holiday, may 2011 be just as bright...

  2. Its easy to miss newspaper articles. Congratulations on getting in the newspaper.

  3. Great article!

    I'm terrible with off-the-cuff answers, as you'll find out in this month's Hauntcast. I wish I were as professional-sounding as you both!

    *sigh* Maybe I'll be as perfect as the Davis gang, someday... :o)

  4. Hope you have a fantastic new year!!!

  5. naaaaaaaaaaaaaah. You just sound like you know what you're talking about. I think that's different vs sounding rehearsed.

    Happy New year :)

  6. Well I didnt think you sounded rehearsed at all - and I went into it EXPECTING you to sound like that... I wouldn't put another thought into it. Congrats on the article, and Happy New Year!

  7. Nah, it didn't sound rehearsed. You just seemed like you knew plenty about the topic at hand. It was professional, but that doesn't mean rehearsed.


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