Tag Archives: Fulton County Attorney

How Do You Organize Your Quilt Books?

Preparing for my move into my new quilt studio has forced me to organize my quit books. It seems I have so many, but I always want more. I guess I just love quilt books, so much so that I … Continue reading

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Fulton County Attorney Law Library is at Kiwi Quilt Shop

One of my most popular quilts is Fulton County Attorney Law Library. People visit it quite often on my web site, and it is ofen part of  various exhibits. This quilt is also featured in the book Georgia Quilts — Piecing … Continue reading

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A Different Drummer #5 Finds a New Home

When Attorney Rolesia Dancy decided to leave the Fulton County Attorney’s office after a long and distinguished career for a new job at the Department of Labor, I was asked to come to the celebration and say a few words. … Continue reading

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Fulton County Commissioner Bill Edwards Will Cut the Ribbon at the Quilt Show

Once again all facets of my life collide. Commissioner Bill Edwards, one of my bosses while I was Fulton County Attorney, will cut the ribbon at the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Show August 1, 2009 at 10 a.m. Always, more … Continue reading

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Celebrate Public Service With a Quilt

A quilt exhibit that celebrates public service is being organized at the Fulton County Senior Centers. Interested persons are being asked to make a “celebration quilt” that will be part of an exhibit in September 2009 at the National Archives … Continue reading

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Attitude is All When Trying to Get Hired

Getting that first job is really tough for a new graduate. Keep in mind that every employer is looking for workers with good attitudes. By the time you get the interview, the employer already knows that you have the basic … Continue reading

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Win is What We Should Do

Attorneys often feel they should measure their success by the number of cases they win. However, all too often, there is a win at all costs attitude. Don’t get me wrong. I think winning is  great. Win is what we should do, … Continue reading

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Service Delivery Strategy Prevents Government Waste

Politicians are well known for power plays and turf battles. Often these personal goals are placed above the good of the people they were elected to serve. During the current economic down turn, it  is more critical than ever for … Continue reading

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In Mediation, Friends and Foes are Welcome.

An advocate takes one point of view and argues it to the death. A mediator, on the otherhand, must understand and  appreciate all points of view.  Then she must use that understanding  and appreciation to persuade. In the world of conflicts, … Continue reading

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Rainy Day in Georgia – Curl up With a Book

I love books so I don’t really need an excuse to curl up with one.  But a rainy day can make a good book even more delicious. Even when I am not reading, I like to have my books all … Continue reading

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