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Tag Archives: School days. Elementary school
Sloppy Copies, Stalled Calls
This week we are discussing if we remember how life was before everything was electronic and portable. Boy, do I! No young person can imagine how hard it was to communicate over distances before express mail, email, instant messaging, cheap … Continue reading
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Whoo-Whoo, End of School!
We are talking about memories of the last days of school. Mine were pretty much the same all through elementary school, which for me consisted of grades first through sixth. Almost no one I knew attended Kindergarten, which were all … Continue reading