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April 08, 2007


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Susan Abraham

KG, what a beautiful thing to say to me just now in Sunday Scribblings. You made my day, today on this Monday. And I will remember your words of faith to me.

I have another blog. I don't know if you've seen it. It's called, Writing Passions.

We should read each other often. :-)

I find your own post intelligent & thought-provoking. It hits the reader's mind, armed with painful realities and just like the stab of a sliced knife. You capture emotions effectively. :-)
warm regards


You've said it all. Both posts were so current and right on.
Vigilance and sharing is the way to stimulate change.

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  • My name is Kristin Gorski. I recently earned my doctorate (EdD) in instructional technology and media. My research focuses on technology and literacies, writing in digital spaces, and how media literacy may support academic literacy (among other incredibly interesting topics). On occasion, I’m also a freelance writer and editor. “Write now is good.” is my personal blog about writing, creativity and inspiration (with healthy doses of technology in relevant places). I started it in blogging's heyday (2006) and still post to it, time permitting. If you'd like to collaborate on a project, have writing/technology/creativity info to share, or want to say, "Hi," contact me at kgwritenow (at) yahoo dot com. To read more about me, click on the "ABOUT" link below.


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