Instruments of Torture Cropped

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    This is the cropped version. Is it more interesting? I think I like it better because it makes you focus more on the pen than the writing on the side of the page.

    February 2, 2008

    At least that's what it feels like... I have an academic book review due tonight. I started out reading my book at least fifteen minutes a day. Then I took my seventh graders on a weeklong trip, and that happen disappeared. Let's just say I haven't yet finished the book.

    All I've done today is read the book and make notes. I haven't even changed out of my jammies! I'm really cutting it close on this one. I've been trying to make notes of intelligent thoughts so that when I finally finish the book I can write the review without too much trouble. I hope it works...

    technovore, leahcrow, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Sarah Alston 76 months ago | reply

      Nope, I like the other one better. I like the visual interest of all the doodles. Doodles make me happy.

      BTW, I love that you spend, like, hours tagging my photos. Tagging by Angie also makes me happy.

    2. KarmaJoy 76 months ago | reply

      I like it better this way, myself.

    3. behapidontwori 74 months ago | reply

      This is really neat perspective; I dig it!

    4. susanej05 39 months ago | reply

      Nice photo! I've included it (with attribution at the bottom) in this blog post. Thanks!

    5. Ava Jae 27 months ago | reply

      Lovely photo! Thanks so much for making it available under a Creative Commons license--I used it in my blog post and linked back to you. :)

    6. allaboutwriting 18 months ago | reply

      This is an great image. Thanks for sharing it. I am using it in a blog post about editing and rewriting scheduled for 19 December 2012 on allaboutwritingcourses.com. Thank you!

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