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April 6, 2019: This year’s Chartered Shorthand Reporters’ Association of Ontario Conference was held once again at the Oakham House at Ryerson University. Unlike previous years, this was a much more quiet and subdued conference. I’m not sure exactly of … Continue reading
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And also the first time we were on the record until 6:30pm. #tired but very much awake because
…which I hope never comes to fruition. I dreamt I was at work as a stenographer and instead of being in one room by myself with the group like
So this is what a weekend feels like! ^_^ This is the first weekend in another while where I don’t have any transcripts on my plate to do.
February 16, 2019: I did the CSR testing today!! This is actually the very first time that I’ve done any sort of live in-person testing! Seeing as I did my steno studies online, I also did all of my steno … Continue reading
Just when I thought this might be an easy December, I receive an e-mail this morning about an order of four days of a hearing back in 2017. 😀 I should have known it was too early to call it … Continue reading