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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...r the customers' desire. No doubt that contacting the agents and hiring them is the easiest thing to do. Any person can simply contact the estate company to have the agents' facilitie...
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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...r the customers' desire. No doubt that contacting the agents and hiring them is the easiest thing to do. Any person can simply contact the estate company to have the agents' facilitie...
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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...u are required to comply with the rules and regulations imposed by the company. The strict adherence to thes...es will be made in the process. It will create more suspicion from the company you work at. Indeed, neve...
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  • .... This is a muddle I have not found a solution to but your tips and article sure help. I'm a Canadian so the physical distribution is a different company but works in much the same wa...
  • "The week after I flew home from Italy, I was offered a job dancing with a ballet company in San Francisco. Shortly after that, I met my future husband." Sounds like a classic example of how, when God closes a door, she opens a window. :)
  • Love the description of the inner turmoil in deciding which of a number of possible stories you decided to write about and keep company with for as long as a year (or more)!  Good going, Jenni--can hardly wait to read your next novel!