Monthly Archives: January 2016

Share the love: 

Want to have a fun way to share with someone how you love them. Leave them a secret message. In your family bathroom write a secret message for your family members or one for your honey. The next time they … Continue reading

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Chris Stewart discusses Congress:

I attended the Eagles’ form and took notes on the various speakers. This is what Chris Stewart had to say. Hearing will be taken place in southern Utah to cover the abuse of the BLM (Bureau land management) We can’t … Continue reading

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Spelling Perspective:

Good: perspective Bad:   prespective I keep wanting to pronounce with a pre. But widening our PERSpective is seeing another PERSon’s point of view thus remember PRESpective. We’ll see it that helps me spell this better.

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Writing groups: 

I came across some typed up notes from a previous session of life universe and everything. Here are the notes writing groups. Critique chapter manuscripts or entire chapters. Listen to each other’s critique and learn from them. Do brainstorming sessions with … Continue reading

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Do or do not. There is no try:

  Morgan Adams discussed the challenges of setting up New Year’s resolutions at Toast Masters. Here are some things I learned. 62% of people make New Year’s resolutions. only 8% will succeeded in keeping them. In Psychology Today it tells … Continue reading

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Teaching Methods That Are Sure to Keep Your Students Engaged:

I had the opportunity to establish a dialogue with Sara Bell. She has generosity volunteered to post to the teaching embellishments blog. She has a very enjoyable article by the name ‘teaching methods that are sure to keep your students … Continue reading

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Mia Love, speech at Eagle Forum: 

I attended the Eagles form and took notes on the various speakers. This is what Mia love had to say. United States used to be a beacon of hope because of freedom. They allowed people to work and to create … Continue reading

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Spelling allergic: 

Good: allergic Bad:   allergetic I keep wanting to put get in allergetic. That’s wrong. No one want to get an allerGIC reaction so no allergetic but allergic. Have a better idea to remember this? Please share in the comment section … Continue reading

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Characters of destiny: coming-of-age: 

I came across some typed up notes from a previous session of life universe and everything. Here are the notes for coming-of-age stories. Coming-of-age means leaving what has been familiar. For the character needs a lot of development so the … Continue reading

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Things to not put down the drain Part B: 

This is a continuation of info from last week. This is from multiple web sites and from comments of readers posting on those sites. Strings of celery, artichokes, asparagus, lettuce, corn husks, carrots, onion skins and potato peels can wrap … Continue reading

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