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Being broken. . .

I'm feeling Mr. Stephen King's physical pain, to an exceedingly smaller scale!! Last Thursday, the 30th of July, I tumbled out of my wheel-chair, as I was lifting one of the foot rests up, so that my feet rest on my facilities's dining room floor. I tipped over, fracturing 1 or both bones of my lower left leg. My wheel-chair was not damaged, at all. I, now, am waiting in bed for my insurance to o.k. reinstalling the backrest that was removed, just the day before! All story-writing is put "on-hold", tfn!! UGH, double UGH! O I do know I could write/work in bed, but I haven't got much enthusiasm for it, at this point.


On Imported Blog

At the end of the year, all of the faculty write Kudos to one another. But, they're not just any Kudos. They are long Kudos to leave everyone on a good note with one another. While writing my Kudos to other teachers, I noticed one thing: I am very bad at writing. It was extremely hard for me to get my notes down on paper and make it clear and concise. I felt as if I went on too many tangents and couldn't really focus on one specific point.

One of the main reasons I wanted to start blogging was to improve my writing. Writing is one of the main skills required for life to be honest. It helps you communicate ideas, and as I get older that will start getting more and more important. Whether it's writing a college application essays or writing papers, I will always have to convince people that I'm right and to join my side. Writing makes or breaks an argument, especially when it's not spoken (speeches are still written, however). I want my writing to improve. I feel it improved a little this summer because I did have to teach Lit and write many Kudos. Also, this blog can and will contribute to my development as a better writer.

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