Daily Photo: Giuseppe, Office Supervisor

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Giuseppe review’s Dom and his paperwork.

Looks as if my customers have to talk to the boss before I get the work. Giuseppe engaged Dom in extended communications, direct eye contact, and sitting on papers until he was sure his message was clear. I just hope Giuseppe approves work based on something other than that he doesn’t want me to be too distracted.

Giuseppe is quite experienced at this type of supervision, though. Last year he had the same meeting with Dom when Dom brought the same annual design job, but Giuseppe had to be a little more emphatic and sit on him.


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  • March 21, 2013 at 4:50 pm
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    I had a cat years ago that was the best cat ever. I miss him dearly now and have struggled to get the courage up to get another cat, as I just feel so attached to Teddy. We have two large dogs now and I am not sure how that would go over, as they are not used to cats. I do love reading and seeing these pictures so I can remember how wonderful it was to have him around.

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    • March 21, 2013 at 5:30 pm
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      Jennifer, I’m glad they help you–it’s one of the reasons I post them. And I often include the cats who are no longer with me so that I can remember how wonderful they were. In time, another cat will come along to share your life, and it won’t be Teddy, but another you can love just as much for different reasons. As for the dogs, they usually understand these things. Good luck with your journey.

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