Tales of the Weird: “She Was RIGHT Behind Me”

“My Nephew Michael and I happened to be out and about running errands before a ceremony I had at….” Continue reading

Mothers in Business with Children, You are Not a Liability

You saw the baby on her hip and when it came down to business, you discounted her. As her brood grew, you had even more misconceptions about her abilities. Her house grew and it became more and more difficult. More … Continue reading

September 11, 2001: In Memoriam

For those who lost their lives, their loved ones, their children and parents are still here.  Grab someone, tell them you love them. Life is beautiful and life is precious.  Don’t take it for granted.  So many of us do. Continue reading

Dealing with Grief When Performing Notary Work

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Upon arrival, I learned that the signer I was about to see had a medical emergency and therein could not sign a simple document that would have set his beneficiary information for insurance straight. It happens quite a bit. We notaries are met with situations that are beyond our control. I learned shortly before midnight that the signer passed away. Continue reading