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March 10, 2011


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Janice M LeCocq

Great insight. I think that one's perspective, with the passion you describe, eventually emerges. It's tempting to be a "copyist", and that's certainly a way to learn....but I think that it's important to stretch to find a personal perspective...and if that perspective resonates with people, I think you have a "personal style"...

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