Looking for a Job and a Home

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Now that we have orders to Oahu for three years, I find myself looking for a job and a house there. We will leave Guam this summer (2018) and, after a brief vacation, move to Oahu. After four years here on our humble island, I am a little nervous to move to such a bustling place!

Perhaps you can help me. I am appealing to all of you fabulous people whom I know through my Facebook, my LinkedIn, and my YouTube Channel. Surely some of you have some connections in the area that would benefit by knowing me, and I from knowing them? Why not help us out with an introduction?
Specifically, would any of you wonderful people know anything about property on Oahu and what neighborhoods to look in? Maybe about what things we should be considering when we go to buy? I know I am looking outside planned communities, and towards more out-of-the-way gems that might be found at a bargain due to needing a little love?

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Then of course, what about a job? Do you maybe know anyone who is looking for a Social Media Manger or a Public Relations consultant? I do also have experience in Restaurant Management, Photography and Journalism as well. And, I suppose I have written a few novels. But if it were up to me, I think I would like something in Public Relations or Social Media Management.

I don’t ask for much. But, this is a big move and I am anxious to make the transition smooth. As you all know, moving is hard. And Ohau is a very developed island with extremely expensive property; most of which is well out of our price range on a military salary. It’ll be up to me to make up the difference. Hopefully I am equal to the task.

In the meantime, enjoy the pictures in this post, which are some of my favorite photos from our time in Guam.

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SLAM Magazine

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Working on my resume always brings up old memories. I thought I would write about them, to remember the many fun jobs that I have had, and the exciting things that I have done.

For two years when I was younger, I ran a publication called S.L.A.M. (Support Local Arts & Music) Magazine with my friend Carl Jenkins.

We covered local venues, arts, and music.

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During that time, I was also managing a space at 7th Street and Pierce called Alice’s Restaurant, which served food and had beautiful art on the walls. (It was in a restored historic house, which is the middle house in the picture below.)

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It was a busy time in my life, when the First Friday Art Walk was just getting started and the City of Phoenix was creating Copper Gate Square. I was really glad to be part of that time in Phoenix’s history.

Here is a picture that I adore (below).

In the background you can see a copy of SLAM Magazine on the mantle. On the walls you can see Art by Keegan, for our October First Friday showcase that year. And in the corner of the room behind the tables, you can see Dan Tedesco playing for our guests.

There is even a rack of local music CDs that we sold for artists back behind Dan.

This picture makes me feel so proud to be from Phoenix.

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