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Writing in Your Own Hand

How many of you still handwrite? I don’t just mean a letter to a friend or relative (although handwritten letters are growing increasingly rare) or a reminder to do something or shopping list. 1,982 more words

Nina Munteanu

A Girl in her Pinafore can go anywhere!

Sarah S. Stilwell-Weber was foremost a visual storyteller, her imagery reflecting fragile spontaneity of dreams and fairy tales with undercurrents of real tensions of the Industrial Age so that actions in her compositions jump beyond the boundaries of the page. 265 more words

Women Illustrators

On Cursive: To Be or Not To Be

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This past fall, our local-weekly newspaper posed this question: Should school continue to teach cursive writing? Why or why not? Fortunately, they published many responses, to which I found a certain amount of amusement. 410 more words


2 Months Later

Yesterday marked two months of living in France, time is literally flying by here and I know that when I come back after Christmas it is going to go even quicker! 1,218 more words


Just When I Think It Is Not Enough

This weekend was a holiday for us. November 11th was Remembrance Day. We had friends from out of town visiting this weekend, we have had family dinners, we have slept in and relaxed. 614 more words

Why cursive writing still matters


As a result of advanced technology, cursive has lost most of its original emphasis; however, it is still valued as an important skill set by many. 326 more words

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