Texas schools were hell on cursive (long hand) as far back as I and my Mother know, at least the 20’s. It took practice and more practice, Mom’s was great, she could freehand a Christmas Card, inside and out. And for a guy at the age of 70 I still get compliments and you know what, I still feel it was worth it. Remember we were doing 20 plus pages of essays and reports in ink and no whiteout. I don’t remember seeing a typewriter in school class except with a mimeo machine until the mid 50’s.
Response to The 20 Best Smells From Childhood:
the smell of the hallways in grade school on the first day
Response to This Might Be The Worst Teenager On Instagram:
That brown probably comes from a sandy heritage. The only person that I could imagine him relating to is Beiber, neither live in the real world and growing up has to be a real pain. The comment that I have heard is that the longer it takes to grow up the more painful and harder it will be.