Taking my husband to the Metrolink station seems to evoke fun topics in the morning. Somehow we went from his new fabulous contacts that help him see BOTH distance and close-up (check THAT out) to Sister Mary Agnes who had "coke bottle" eye glasses that made her look so cute, to teachers in whose class you were the favorite. I never knew before that he was his Geometry teacher's favorite and he told me the funny story of how this "Math comedian" took him by the throat and said "'Olson', did you take my grease marker?"' I think the class where we were the favorite is the subject we know best.
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Jaye, This is WONDERFUL! and a lovely tribute to Mrs. Pritchard. Did you think of making this into an essay under the literature section? I get lots of interest my "Sequin People" essay - tribute to my aunt Marion. PS I LOVED diagramming too.
Thanks, Billie. I suppose I should consider expanding it into an essay as tribute to Mrs. Pritchard. She was a wonderful teacher. Jaye
There ya go - your hubs on Maslow, Freud, Small Gardens, Writing...Now when hub enables audio, some clips of you recording your hubs as audio pieces
So I could rant about examples, bore listeners to death, and jump from one topic to another.... I'll stick with writing. But that would help solve some of my off topic speeches.... A good idea. Now I need to get a recorder... Thanks, Billie!
you can record your works at podiobooks.com or create audio for sale at audible.com. Most important is the microphone. I bought a Sennheiser mic and use audacity for editing. I put that with a sitepal avatar sometimes.
Sounds like a great idea! I'll look into it. Thank you!
I'm the same way Dellea. But I don't read because I have to sit down and not create something. There are writers who are readers, and a few writers who are not readers. But the fact that you were your English teacher's favorite says it all.