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All in a Morning

I keep a sketchbook as a way of remembering and understanding. This morning I sat and sketched four relatives, squishing them all into the same sheet of paper, not caring too much about the impossible overlapping of the space and people. 114 more words

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Let's Sing Another One!

There is something timeless about the fire ring as a place for families to gather, talk and sing and I intend to capture this. Over the last several days I sketched in the near dark as we sat and sang around the fire. 167 more words

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The Importance of Congruent Communication

by: Jodi R. White, Corporate Image Consultant & Etiquette Coach

In today’s world, successful relationships and societal perception are more important than ever. We are all connected through a multitude of channels, and the ways that we communicate with one another speaks volumes about how we are perceived. 400 more words

Business Etiquette

Having Fun

My big goal is to tell a story through image and today I had a great opportunity to do so. This afternoon we repainted some outside art here at my brother’s property. 168 more words

Body Language

More Waiting

I got to looking at the sketch I posted yesterday. I used several thumbnail sketches to compose the final sketch and somehow in the process I developed two different perspectives in the same sketch. 100 more words

Body Language

Are You Listening- Part II

Note from Elaine: Yesterday, guest blogger and birthmother Pat Goehe, explained how two people can seem to be communicating but are really “talking past each other.” In the second installment of her two-part post, she explains “in depth” listening and tells how we can be the empathetic listeners that so many of us need. 940 more words