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April 20, 2010

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Liz Allen

Thanks so much for this post! Great things to keep in mind.

Nina

This is a very interesting blog. I am working on a final for a writing class I am in about the importance of connecting one's writing to observations and experience. And in turn making deeper connections with those experiences. I did a case study of trying to do this with poetry(it can be found at http://ninaswordspot.wordpress.com/).

Jordan AJF8

How wonderful article, a very simple keywords, I suddenly find I want, thank you!

Jordan AJF8

How wonderful article, a very simple keywords, I suddenly find I want, thank you!

Jordan AJF8

How wonderful article, a very simple keywords, I suddenly find I want, thank you!

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