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Time for a new headshot... whaddya think?Views: 158
Nov 17, 2005 4:54 pm re: Time for a new headshot... whaddya think?

Sue "Coach" Koch
So, I think we can look different to one another in person too! Here's a cute example. I don't know if Althea remembers this - but I do, because I was embarrassed as heck!

I had met her a couple of times. Each time she was dressed in feminine but somewhat informal attire. She always looks great!

One time we happened to attend the same seminar. I was sitting at lunch with a couple of friends and I looked up to see this woman waving at me. She had her hair up in a very sophisticated "do" and she was dressed to the nines in a gorgeous suit and heels. I didn't have a clue who it was and I kept looking around to see who she was waving at.

It was embarrassing that it she practically had to come over and announce who she was before I recognized that it was Althea! Of course we laughed about it, but it just goes to show that it's not always about the camera.

People who haven't seen me in awhile comment on the fact that I've let my hair grow out. I've worn it short for a really long time and the change is dramatic for people who either haven't known me for long or who haven't seen me recently.

Was my previous Ryze photo a lie? Nope. That's who I was a year ago. My new photo shows who I am now. Maybe next year it will be different again.

I do wonder why people would post a 10-year old photo with the intention of letting people think that's who they are now. I'd really have to pay attention to what's going on with that if I met the person and saw that kind of contrast.

Sue Koch
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