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Can you imagine if you could not read?

Obviously you all can read.  But Sally Cronin writes a enlightened story about those who can’t.  This is not my normal post but being a reader…If I can help 1 person by giving the gift of reading it is a good day.  Thanks y’all.  See you tomorrow  Thanks Pamela

When I was handed over at the tender age of four years old to Mrs Miller, the infant class teacher, I could already read to a basic level. With two older sisters, I was lucky enough to know my letters, and had already enjoyed a number of fairy tales and other illustrated children’s books. In […]

via The R’s of Life – Chapter Seven – Reading, Riting and Rithmatic = Reasoning — Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life


I am from Oklahoma. Now living the dream in Arizona. I'm a sassy, creative and outspoken southern gal. I believe that if you can read you can go anywhere. One of my favorite sayings is "If you knew you could not fail what would you do?" I enjoy helping other people. My friends know that I’m the queen of useless trivial knowledge and I will not hesitate to use it.

18 thoughts on “Can you imagine if you could not read?

  1. I so agree with what you wrote about “the gift of reading.” Yesterday, after an exciting trip to our local library (to get two books I really want to read and they were both in!) I can home so excited. When I put on my reading glasses, I became aware that I am so blessed to be able to see. And it’s a wonderful blessing to be able to read. Thank you!

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  2. It’s so hard to imagine being unable to read – I don’t know how one would function as a normal member of society. There are probably thousands of times I day I read something and don’t notice it, from street signs to food packaging. Thank you for sharing this.


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