Well, it didn't turn-out as planned, but we had a nice time, and I'm glad folks enjoyed the food.
Going forward, as suggested by Edward, writing will not be a requirement. Sometimes, people want to share, but don't necessarily want to write. If participants want to remain anonymous, those will probably be the ones with written words in tow.
We'll see how the next one goes. In the meantime, check out the pics from our inaugural event.
As you all know, I believe in reciprocity, and I can't help recognizing the businesses and individuals who extend themselves to Fill Me In English.
What you may not know is that I don't like marketing. I hate it, and I appreciate anything and anyone that makes marketing a bit easier for me.
To that end, I want to recognize the local business owners that acquiesced to my request to post announcements about Fill Me In's story swap series. Thank you!
She came. We coached. She's testing, later. It's on!Read More
L.A., here we come!Read More
Here are the photos I promised to post of the students whose debates I judged, last week.Read More
If you're planning to submit college applications for 2017-2018 term, you should have already taken the SAT or ACT. If you haven't, there's still time.
Finally, the scale slides.Read More
A word of thanks to some of Oakland's local businesses.Read More
Welcome to the first post, which is here only because I'm about to burst.
Please, remember that when parents spend money on trinkets for mal-performing children, they're trying to fill a void.
I'll write more, later. I just needed to get that out.