Writer, blogger, social media maven, nonprofit advocate. Retired communications professional. Currently serving as the President of the Board for the Friends of Spare Parts. In addition, I volunteered for 6 years with TEDxSanantonio.
My blog “Beyond Paychecks” ran online bi-weekly at the San Antonio Current from Oct 2010 to January 2013.
I consider myself a life-long learner and mentor to younger women.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading, movies, music and spending time with my friends and family.
Laura? Army brat? Maiden name Kinslow? Gorgas Circle at Fort Sam? San Antonio Little Theater mid ’60’s. I was USAF and worked as a DJ at KITY-KONO. Tall but no longer skinny and no longer driving a little red sports car. If it is, indeed, THE Laura Kinslow, I’d love to hear from you.
Steve, I was that girl. Am now old woman. But, I would be happy to correspond with you. My email is in the links on the blog.
Thanks, Chris. The post about Unk gets the most hits consistently. It makes me feel good that Uncle Seymour is still searched for, people still listen to Townes, and folks all over the world can know what it was like to live in those times.
I cannot believe the unemployment rate and the economy in the US has recovered so well after 2007, as a citizen from another country I could not have believed it. I know there is a lot of shit going down over there and really some of the control structures and issues with the police seem strange. No guns means no armed police, that is the situation in my country… but what the hell… They are all right wing for me repub and democrat it is a crazy place. Horses for courses I guess
Hey Laura… remember that pesky jerk who kept posting on your blog ? For years. Well I am still alive take care and thanks for being so patient
Hope you are well!
Hi! found your blog while trying to find out who that wonderful-looking man was in the kitchen while townes sang pancho and lefty in the movie. thanks so much for the story of Unk. sounds like an amazing time.
Very amazing times. I suppose most people feel their own generation was special, I do for sure! Thanks for reading.