Day 887: G is for Groups

G is for groups, which I believe are quite healing,

P is for photos I hope are appealing,


                      

E is for Excellence — for which I am striving,

W is for workshop, 12 people arriving,


K is for Karen, the coolest of neighbors,


L is for Love and is also for Labors,

N is for Now and I’m ready to say,

Gee, my group workshop is happening today.

Here are more letters, appearing in song:

I love the idea of you singing along!

Thanks to you all as I go and prepare
For a workshop I dare to declare more than fair.*


* A is for Ann — Announcing Aspirations for Awesome!

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39 thoughts on “Day 887: G is for Groups

  1. I like the “A is for Ann — Announcing Aspirations for Awesome!” 🙂

  2. “Knock them dead” as they say; or “sweep them off their feet”, is another one. You can do it!

  3. Give us an A. Ann!!
    You are an A Ann 🙂
    Good luck!

  4. Som of those photos, which I loved, even had groups.

  5. Best of L for luck on your workshop today! May you R for recall all you need for a C for confident presentation, and before, during and after, may you be at E for ease.

  6. F is for fabulous. ❤️

  7. R is for rhyming
    And that’s why I’m chiming
    in ❤
    Diana xo

  8. yeseventhistoowillpass

    C– Constantly
    O–Outwardly
    O–Observing
    L—Looking

  9. I Hope The Workshop Went Well

  10. Fun! Fun! Fun!
    Love the photo of Karen. Good luck with your workshop today!

  11. ILEATP. YCFIOA. TTFM.

  12. H – hoping you had a great day & W — a wonderful workshop.

  13. I love your rhyming it’s got great timing, would like to chime in with W for win, as in this is a winning post! (and I think I would like to meet Karen)

  14. A and K, for not only Ann Koplov, but also to, interchangeably, convey Kudos to awesome Ann for a nicely executed workshop…

  15. In regards to groups, I would substitute the phrase “can be” for the word “are”. Given the proper chemistry, an attentive leader, and compelling agenda, a group can be most effective. But the opposite can also occur.

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