9/6/2008 Thanks EVERYONE for a GREAT Evening!!!
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I’ve enjoyed reading everyone’s profiles so much – I thought I’d finally write my own.
Back to 1988…wow, yeah it feels like a long time ago, I just don’t feel as OLD as I thought I was supposed to at 38. So, that’s a good thing, huh? After high school, I attended SMSU (now MSU) in Springfield, MO. Great times there, and I graduated with a secondary education/English degree in 1992. For 3 years, I taught high school English which was a trip. Kind of a love/hate thing for me -- grading papers about put me over the edge. I decided to quit teaching because I wasn’t sure it was going to be a long-term thing for me. I met my husband, Kevin Crawford, in ’96 and we married in March of 2001. We have a wonderful son named Luke (born 4/05) who is very into music and currently obsessed with Johnny Cash. Lately he’s been telling everyone we’re getting a baby and a dog at our house – so we’ll see. (No, I am not pregnant.) Kevin sells software and equipment to dental offices. In his spare time, he’s been training for a triathlon which will take us to DC in September. Since 1998, I have been working at a company called Andrews McMeel Universal. Our publishing divisions specialize in gift books, comic collections, calendars and greeting cards. I actually work for Universal Press Syndicate, the division of AMU that edits, sells and distributes comic strips, editorial cartoons and text features (Doonesbury, Garfield, Ziggy, Oliphant, Dear Abby, Roger Ebert, etc.) I love working for AMU and have made dear friends there. Down the road, I definitely see myself teaching again…maybe upper elementary. I’d need to head back to school, of course.
Kevin, Luke and I live in the Waldo area of Kansas City. We belong to St. Elizabeth’s Parish where Luke will attend preschool this fall. We love our old house and the huge trees in our neighborhood. Kevin and I both keep in touch with friends from our O’Hara days. We’re happy to be in KC near our friends and families – but we also take advantage of vacations and get-aways as much as we can.
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