Monthly Archives: April 2016
These are notes from the meeting I attended tonight where family and friends of LaVor Finicum told their experiences concerning the events of the murder of LaVor. Any misrepresentations or inaccuracies are the fault of the note taker. LaVor as well … Continue reading
Good: Discipline Bad: Disciplin DisciplinE requires Effort and thus the e at the end. Have a better idea? Please share your recommendations to the comment section of this blog.
These are notes from the life universe and everything panel in the 1980s I believe. I’ve set a goal to transfer content from my old cassette tapes of past LTUE writing symposiums to become future writing blogs. Then I need … Continue reading
Here is a continuation of my notes on Week six of CERT class. I’m going to break them down into smaller segments. Three goals of on-scene management: maintain safety of disaster workers. This is done by prioritizing responses based on … Continue reading
Today at Stake conference I heard of missionary’s experience trying to teach the gospel to an investigator. She talked about how people can have the testimony of certain things but not on others. From that talk I came up with … Continue reading
These are notes from the meeting I attended tonight where family and friends of LaVor Finicum told their experiences concerning the events of the killing of LaVor. Any misrepresentations or inaccuracies are the fault of the note taker. LaVor as … Continue reading
Got this idea from grammar girl. Father means distance and the way you remember is that the word far is in farther. Thanks grammar girl.
These are the notes I took from a presentation of Hannah B. Harvey, PHY, professional story teller from some education CDs called the great courses. These cds were dedicated to story telling. Ask yourself, what does your specific audience need … Continue reading
My last few blogs have been quite lengthy and I type all the notes of the class. I think I’ll start posting it in more manageable word counts. ICS: (incident command system) is the same organization that is used by … Continue reading