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yet I would take the extra time to explain my thinking
« on: October 20, 2013, 02:33:31 pm »
Some of these damaged characters have channeled their pain into a fierce determination to help people while others have turned their anger into bloodlust, Burke tells us, exploring his old theme about the possibilities of redemption.
When I brought up ideas at work she shot them down as “utterly stupid.” We had a meeting one January and she held up my family’s Christmas card and made fun of it ― she hated me and I was quickly wanting to return the feelings, even though that’s hardly my usual personality. I was miserable until I started to realize I was giving her control over my emotions and actions. I pulled out my favorite word ― despite. She would criticize the strategy I developed for my team, yet I would take the extra time to explain my thinking,, despite her comment. She would pick me last for every project; I would work hard despite her choice. It was the “despite” that got me through that difficult time and environment.
Many of these photographs will be on display in galleries throughout the Northwest. Oelrich hopes to continue with his sculpting on a personal level, incorporating more photography if possible.
“That’s what we were apart of, and that’s what we knew,” Germaine said. “We’re not going to be so hard-headed where it’s this way or the highway,, but we do require things from our players. We require them to dress a certain way, to act a certain way, to represent themselves in a certain way. The name on their jersey, ‘Queen Creek’, is bigger than they are. If someone doesn’t buy into that, then they’re not a good fit for what we’re trying to do.”
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