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Touching Eternity: A Teacher’s Dream

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Family Drama…Without the Drama: Writing a Family Play

By Catherine Hedge. The adventure began simply.  My Uncle Bill called and asked, “What do you think about us putting together a simple little skit for the family reunion?” Even while I was answering, “Yes! That sounds like fun…”, my … Continue reading

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The Perfect Writing Teacher

by Catherine Hedge One of the cruelest myths of writing is that if you are a really good writer, you start with “Once upon a time…” and reach “The End” in one free-flowing, unstoppable, lyrical explosion of brilliance.  Perhaps the … Continue reading

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Dust Bowl Daydreams

Dust Bowl Daydreams.

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Dust Bowl Daydreams

By Catherine Hedge I have several dear friends who are June brides or were many years ago.  It’s a lovely time to get married in Kansas.  The garden in front of my house is an explosion of blooms; gladiolas, petunias, … Continue reading

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Childhood Past and Present

Childhood Past and Present.

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Childhood Past and Present

By Catherine and Joseph Hedge  I’m fortunate to work on a project with artist- educator Francie Dillon.  In the process, I’ve been researching websites for information on modern childhood play.  In the technology, there is a great wealth of content, … Continue reading

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