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    Default Getting My Craftsman!

    So, I now have enough merits for my Craftsman degree! YAY!

    I will be going to Imaging next year and I guess getting on the stage? Whatever does one wear to such thing?

    Ok, now that I have that under my belt, onward to Masters.

    Karen Linsley, Cr.Photog., CPP
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    congrats Karen!
    Cassandra Sullivan, CPP
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    That ceremony is pretty formal. Just about all the men are in tuxes and the ladies in their finest gowns. Always a very good reason to get all dressed up. Just makes you feel so much better.

    Made me go on a major diet last year for my fellowship presentation at the ASP banquet. Wanted to look good and get back in shape.

    Congrats...
    Joe Campanellie
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    Welcome to the club!
    -Marc Benjamin, M. Photog. Cr. F-PPC
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    Default Re: Getting My Craftsman!

    thanks everyone!

    Joe: that's what I thought. Here in the mountains, most of the men don't even own a tie...the last time I wore a gown was at my 50th birthday party, five years ago. I don't know that it will even fit anymore. Guess I'd better get some more exercise....

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    MY wife has this killer purple dress that she looks awesome in. I wanted her to wear it for the big night. She went on a diet too and she looked great in that dress. Was great motivation for the both of us.

    Of course her idea of a diet is to cut back to only one bag of M&M's a day...!
    Joe Campanellie
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    Hi Karen; Congratulations !!! When I gave you the CPP Exam did you ever think you would be getting Craftsman so quickly ? Here is a gown idea for you.
    http://www.promgirl.com/shop/dresses/viewitem-PD489927

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    Joe, I think I like your wife: purple is my favorite color, and the color of one of the gowns I do have. And her philosophy on dieting is right up my alley!

    Craig: I wasn't even thinking Craftsman when I tested for Certification! That was a major milestone for me!

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    Default Re: Getting My Craftsman!

    Quote Originally Posted by Karen_Linsley View Post
    Joe, I think I like your wife: purple is my favorite color, and the color of one of the gowns I do have.
    Be sure it goes with royal blue, that's the color of the ribbon... and.... congratulations.

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    I would recommend staying away from the plunging necklines... just as a precaution! The medallion is on a long ribbon... and you don't want it getting "lost"

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