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.
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
- 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.
- The post has to be new.
- You need to link to the original announcement at Middle Zone Musings.
- The post title must include “What I Learned From…” or something similar.
- Be nice 🙂
- Warning: if your post isn’t suitable for all ages, it may not be included in the final results.
- 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.
Sunday, May 18th, 2008
The next day: Monday, May 19th, 2008