Tag Archives: Learning

Ghostwriting Lessons Learned

Ghostwriting isn’t for everyone. I avoided doing it for a long time even though I signed up for a few freelance places. I fell into ghostwriting in November due to necessity. I needed a way to earn money that would … Continue reading

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    Post copyright 2015 by Doris McCraw I thought I’d take a break from writing about individual women doctors and investigate a related topic, grooming the cat. If anyone has tried this exercise, you know it is filled with … Continue reading

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Is Cursive Writing Being Cursed?

by Neva Bodin In the Casper Star Tribune, Sunday, November 25, 2012, p A2, a headline by Christina Hoag, Associated Press, blared: “Penmanship still rules in Calif. Schools.” A subtitle read: “Most states erase cursive writing from their curriculms (sic); … Continue reading

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Aging and Learning: Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks

This post by Gayle M. Irwin   He sleeps on the multitude of dog blankets which we’ve bought for him and spread throughout the house. He stands and his back legs wobble, oftentimes collapse, and he falls and struggles to … Continue reading

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Can I hear the birds singing?

This post is by Nancy Jardine Little children really are amazing. As a grandmother of a very energetic almost two year old, I had forgotten how funny they can be when they’re learning to talk, but it does remind me … Continue reading

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Girls in the Kitchen

This post is by Jennifer Flaten For summer school, the girls both chose a cooking class. The first few days they made very simple things from a mix, pancakes, and muffins. This irritated my first-born daughter. I am not sure … Continue reading

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The Writing Dragon…

      This post by Craig Snider Hello readers! This is my first blog post for WW&W, and I’m very happy to be here. Writing. That’s why we’re here, right? So, let’s talk about it. Many people have hopes and … Continue reading

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