Mardi, septembre 27, 2011 · 9 Comments
(RE)DÉCOUVRIR LES AUTRES ÉPISODES
La bédé de Paulina sur Facebook : ICI
Illustrations : Paulina Leonor
Texte : Raphaël Cioffi
Catégories BD, HUMOUR, POP-POURRI · Tags bande dessinée, bd, bédé de paulina, le diner, paulina leonor, raphael cioffi
I love it!
Trop trop bon !!!
hahahaaaa elle tue celle la chérie !
Ne pas boire de coca en lisant la bédé de Paulina… « faire prendre une douche à son écran tellement on rigole » VDM
JE SUIS FANNNNNNNNNNNNN REFANNNNNN et SUPERFANNNNNNN !!!!!!!!!!!!
Je suis complètement fan de Louise et Louis. Raph… Magnifique!
Je suis Daphné Hézard, la redactrice en chef de l’Officiel (de la mode).
J’aimerais bien vous rencontrer et éventuellement vous demander d’écrire pour nous.
Auriez vous du temps pour qu’on se rencontre?
maha mosamana paidhvu.do something constructively to the society.instead dont do the mud slinging.there is no difference between the so called brahmin and you,because u r crying for achieving his status.so do some good work for the society.stop this nonsense.RegardsMayil samy.toronto
936caabThis past week I finally got to vtounleer again after my last round of midterms. I went to Youth clinic on Monday and SHARE at General clinic on Tuesday and I had pretty amazing experiences both times. On Monday I went mainly to talk to service providers and to survey clients for my learning contract. Typically, I’d feel a bit intimidated to just straight up approach a client and talk to them for no reason, so having to ask questions for my learning contract helped ease my nervousness a bit and forced me to make the first move and introduce myself. Of course it’d be awkward to just go up to them and start asking a bunch of questions, so I started most of my conversations with Hi, how are you today? I was surprised at how easily I could start talking to a client and how fast I could become immersed in a conversation with them after breaking my initial fear and awkwardness. I got to ask some of the clients my survey questions but I never even got to them with others. In any case, I learned a lot about each client and I’m excited to see them again and talk this coming Monday at the open mic night! The next day I went to SHARE and although there weren’t any clients until the end of the session, I had a pretty stimulating discussion with my fellow suitcase-ers and SHARE coordinators. We started the discussion talking about the different Occupy movements in the area and I definitely learned a lot and became more informed about the different issues that the movement supports. I also got to voice my own opinions about the movement and recent events. After we exhausted the Occupy topic, we moved on to talking about the recent fire on telegraph and haste. It was sad but also encouraging to hear about what some of the residents of the apartment that caught on fire were going through. At the end of the night, one client came and sat in briefly who was actually a former political activist. He had actually marched on Washington with Martin Luther King Jr! Unfortunately, we didn’t have enough time during SHARE to hear about his experiences, but a couple of other suitcase-ers and I talked to him later in the main room. We asked his opinion about the current Occupy movement since he himself had been so involved in politics in his youth. His advice and opinions were very insightful and I actually agreed a lot with the different issues that he brought up. I definitely felt so blessed to have been able to talk to someone who had so much knowledge from personal experience. After these past two experiences I don’t want to waste precious time during clinic being awkward or afraid to talk to clients when I can learn so much from them and about them!19cabb
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