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July 20, 2007 [ More archived home pages here ]

Party Time!

The above image, Earth Bubble is also available as a Desktop

Today's song is Tell Her No by The Zombies, released in 1965.

This weekend and next, we entertain members of our extended family. My cousins who live near Seattle arrive today and next week my sister and her husband arrive from the East coast. The weekend after that we go to Chicago for a short visit. It's a busy time here.

On Saturday afternoon, my Twin Oaks Toastmasters club holds another Speech Marathon with the club's Summer Party immediately afterwards. It should be a great time as always.

In between all that partying, I am preparing for my CAPM Exam from PMI, using the two books, Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and the CAPM Exam Quicklet. I've already completed reading of the PMBOK and reviewed both online classes [1; 2] I took last year on Project Management.


Michael Coyle, webmaster of Michael's Mac posted a cool comment (shown below) on his site concerning my new digital image, Earth Bubble. Thanks, Michael!


I don't find any problem volunteering. Some people do find difficulty.


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Here's something to keep in mind at parties as I end my message with this Digital Insight.

Close Proximity (Created in November 2002)

Sensitive people have a natural empathy for others. Such people are sought out about as often as they seek others. Certain unwritten protocols are used to be respectful of the encounter because we're dealing with the inner regions of one's space. Our space is important to us and discretion on who gets close is always exercised.

Using my own words, I quote a portion from that page's narration:

"We all have zones of 'personal space.' We know when someone is in our space, out of our space, or just on the edge. Attractions happen at various distances and felt in different degrees. Such instances could be described as distant by one person and by another as almost in their presence."


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