What I Learned From Mashing It Up! Group Writing Project

The latest edition of the What I Learned From… group writing project series wants to see how good a bartender you are. Er, that is, Bob Hruzek wants to know how well you can mix and blend your lesson sources. What I Learned From group writing project


Lessons learned from multiple sources

In Robert’s words: “Your job, should you choose to accept it, is to write your usual What I Learned From… entry, except this time, you get to pick two, three, or as many topics as you like from the list below.”

The Usual WILF Rules

  1. Your blog post must tell of lessons learned, preferably from at least 2 of the following: school, writing, children, television, recreation, relatives, movies, friends, heroes, planes, food, pets, trains, time, space, automobiles, technology, mountains.
  2. The post has to be new.
  3. You need to link to the original announcement at Middle Zone Musings.
  4. The post title must include “What I Learned From…” or something similar.
  5. Be nice 🙂
  6. Warning: if your post isn’t suitable for all ages, it may not be included in the final results.
  7. Once you’re done, email Robert Hruzek (rhruzek [at] sbcglobal.net) with your name, the title of your post, and the permalink of the post.

Submission Deadline

Sunday, May 18th, 2008


The next day: Monday, May 19th, 2008

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