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    Wednesday, May 30, 2012

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    Joan in Reno

    Amazing... But we knew that.

    Donna

    You go, girl. Looks like you're rocking it. Great job!

    Paula

    You are beautiful AND you do beautiful work. Congratulations on a success-full weekend of captioning!

    Elizabeth

    Go Norma go! So this is why no rose petal jam yet? :)
    You look fantastic. You have a rewarding job there, girl.

    gayle

    No wonder people think there's a computer doing the captioning - they don't understand your superpowers!

    (I well remember baking in the sun when my daughter graduated from UVM a couple of years ago. But at least we weren't wearing black robes like those poor children, who were flat-out roasting...)

    Ruth

    So cool! I love getting a peek at what you do for a living.

    Rhonda from Baddeck

    A-w-e-s-o-m-e job! Not only a feat of prowess, but also of stamina, considering the heat. Kudos to your whole team - most people don't realize how much hard work is required to make things look "easy." Congratulations!

    laurie d

    Wonderful information, great job to you and the team!

    Leslie

    Thanks for sharing, Norma. Dayum you do good work, woman!

    Michele Linder

    What a fabulous accommodation!! I'm sure you made the ceremony so much more enjoyable for those who need to see speech, such as I do. Loved the pictures!! It's great to see you in action!

    Dorothy

    Bravo, Norma!

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    I feel mostly on top of things when we all burst through the door.

    Laura

    270 wpm for 20 minutes? I'm surprised they didn't have to call out the fire department to cool you off! :) I do hope the university folks appreciate what they have; what you do is nothing short of spectacular (she says very enviously)!

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