Life is funny because who would have guessed when I was 11 years old, dreaming of sitting around chatting with my best friends Mary and Rhoda, that someday I'd have a chance to ask Rhoda Morgenstern a few questions over something called the Internet?!
I, along with most women my age, fell in love with The Mary Tyler Moore Show when it first aired in 1970. As a pre-teen I loved the storyline -- a single 30-year-old woman moves away from home and creates a new life that includes her dream job and many loving, colorful and supportive friends.
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