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Looking forward to seeing you all again in October. Time flies but the only thing , my daughter says it that handwriting analysis has become a consistent part of my life...especially the new " meet and greet " friends. ( Show me your handwriting..first, please) . I have collected some interesting handwriting samples when my daughter's husband was in Iraq. I was sending " troop presents" and he said, " How can they repay you?" Duh? Of course I said, " Send me handwriting samples.
Welcome to our most recent members who have joined or rejoined over the past few months:
Mike Wakshull (rejoined)
Supreet Kaur Chadha
Sylvia Kessler (rejoined)
This seminar was held Jan. 25-27 at the Homewood Suites Hilton in Maitland, Florida. My husband accompanied me and we had a wonderful time seeing fellow members. This Southeastern group has been my rock and mentor. So many different personalities with so much to offer.
Let's show how graphology can be used. Nothing beats demonstrating on journalists....
2 Upcoming New Jersey Chapter meetings
Saturday, May 4, 2:45
Roundtable discussion of handwritings
Led by Debbie Berk, M.A., Master Handwriting Analyst
Please bring handwritings to share and analyze
location: Nevada Diner, Bloomfield, NJ
easily accessible by bus and the Garden State Parkway
the meeting is free; food is on you
Sunday, May 19, 11:30 am to 5 pm
speaker: Phil Pearlman from Philadelphia, PA
topic: Lines and Lineology
From Edda Manley:
January 23rd is National Handwriting Day, the birthday of John Hancock writer of the most famous signature in America.
Yesterday at the SoCal Chapter meeting, Lena Rivkin drew the three winning names for 50% off their conference registration. The lucky winners were: Victoria Gray, Morgan Davis, and Irene Levitt. Congratulations. We look forward to seeing you in Oxnard in October. For everyone else, it's not too early to send in your deposit: www.ahafhandwriting.org/conferences
For this 6th day of the challenge, I'm once again writing about how I use handwriting analysis in SOME fashion every day. It's very practical. Today, I sent my pitch letters to the local media, talking about National Handwriting Day on Jan. 23. I send them to radio, TV and newspapers each year, and it usually garners me a couple of interviews. Aside from that, I sent them a link to a story that Indiana State University did about me and some of the handwriting analysis work I have done. It is never dull, and I certainly wished I had learned this skill 20 years ago!
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