It started on a kitchen floor with highlighters and scrap paper. Being only in the first grade, she did not know how to spell all of the words. The next day, the little girl asked her teacher if she could read her first story to her classmates. From then on, writing was an addiction. The girl could be found doodling in margins and scribbling in journals. Writing became her favorite class and an excuse to be passionate for an allotted three days a week. As she grew up, the girl entered into competitions and wrote short pieces here and there. It was always humbling to be asked to write a play for church or a poem for someone's anniversary card. When she became a woman, there was less time for creative writing, but found that she could still get lost in the demands of papers and projects. Being an educator, she wrote monthly reports in the form of IEPs, behavior evaluations, doctors' reports, cooking menus, and whatever else became necessary. Yet, she still would sneak in some proper journaling, whenever possible.
Includes: short stories and poems devotionals how-to articles cards (thank you, sympathy, birthday, seasonal) skit scripts research papers summaries critiques essays
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