a blue landscape
by Sheri Edwards • • 0 Comments
a blue landscape
“What will I write about?” is a question often asked by new bloggers. For just getting started, start short. Here’s how!
Looking for a creative way to post an image with a Slice of Life story this March?
If I hadn’t set my calendar goals, I would have missed out on the opportunity to learn from others and then share for others.
I’m just a person like you, doing the best I can. So, please: Are you ready? Will you play? I’m game for a continued #blogging28!
“It’s every teacher’s dream. Students are no longer writing for a grade or for their teacher. Instead, they are writing for their peers and generating their own topics. Can this really be possible?”
post using my iPhone
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