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Laura Grace Weldon
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Weed I Won’t Pull   Some hardship curved it into a green ampersand. Tendrils sprout along a resolute stem. I want to lean close, ask for some photoautotrophic wisdom. Listen to the soil’s bacterial choir. Convert to the worship plants have practiced since…
Photoautotrophic Wisdom
Photoautotrophic Wisdom
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“When we play, we sense no limitations. In fact, when we are playing we are usually unaware of ourselves. Self-observation goes out the window. We forget…our potential foolishness, forget ourselves. We immerse ourselves in the act of play. And we become…
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Formal academic environments or skill-training software can’t support the kind of hands-on, playful learning that builds a deep understanding of advanced math. Friends, family, and community can. Here's how.
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How to speak up effectively and compassionately when a professional's advice has been wrong.
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Suggestions for a reader's bucket list.
30+ Book Nerd Delights
30+ Book Nerd Delights
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Honored to have my work published in The Moon Magazine.
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My mother was born much too late to be a Victorian but she never once, in all the time I knew her, wore anything but a dress. No pants, no jeans, certainly no shorts. An earlier era’s propriety had its grip on her. (She was also affectionate, occasionally…
Superhero Plunge
Superhero Plunge
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A reminder to listen to the oldest people in your life, and whatever you do, keep asking them for advice.
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Foretold During A Sleepover With 12-Year-Old Girls   Ghost stories and gossip, forgotten when she showed us the Ouija board filched from her older sister’s room. Outside, dry leaves scraped fingertips across pavement as wind swirled them in patterns that…
Foretold
Foretold
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