Sparks essay contest

Not one mention from this crowd about how this move will save hundreds of thousands of jobs, stop nearly $3 trillion from being sucked out of our economy, and prevent rising energy prices estimated to cost American households thousands of dollars each year. Democrats may want to consider recalibrating their political messaging here. As conservative writer Bret Stephens, now a New York Times columnist, and hardly a Trump supporter, tweeted Thursday afternoon: “Likelihood of Trump re-election grows. Esp by backing out of Paris. Advice to Dems: recover your blue collar base!”

You know how I'd start, if I was just starting out again? This is not an advertisement for my own stuff, but maybe it is. I'd purchase my own Writer's Notebook Bundle (the Bingo Cards, the SWT slides, and/or the restaurant-themed choice menus), and as soon as I had made sure every single class was taking those ten minutes of daily Sacred Writing Time seriously, I'd write during those ten minutes too! I know there are teachers reading this right now who've purchased those materials from me, and who--instead of using those ten quiet minutes to establish their own writer's notebooks--they take care of class business and email while their students are being so quiet and their little student pencils are dancing. If that's you and you don't have a writer's notebook started yet, then stop doing that! My products provide you that ten minutes, and if you still don't have a notebook started, then you bought the materials for the wrong reason. Go start a darn notebook and share your crazy ideas with your kids once you realize how much fun it is to keep one, how much fun it is to ramble some days, how much fun it is to let your thoughts become decoration on what was once a blank notebook page.

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