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Hosted by McGruffy’s Reader and 15 and Meowing

This week’s Fill-Ins:

  1. The best teacher I ever had was _____________________.

  2. The worst teacher I ever had was ____________________.

  3. I recently learned how to _________.

  4. I think everyone should know how to _________.

My answers:

  1. The best teacher I ever had was Mr. Baxter, 11th grade English teacher.
    Our assignment was to read a book a week and write a report. Maybe he is the reason I became a book blogger/reviewer.
    .

  2. The worst teacher I ever had was, I’m sure there were some, but it was so long ago that I can’t remember.

  3. I recently learned how to generate Press Kits for my tour companies.

  4. I think everyone should know how to be tolerant, compassionate and kind to others.

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  12 Responses to “Friday | Friendly Fill-Ins”

  1. I LOVE your answer to #4. People forget about doing those things today.

    Cool on the press kits…not sure what they are, but I’m sure you do a great job.

  2. It sounds like you had a challenging English class. Did you teacher have a list for you to choose the books from, or did you get to decide yourself which books to read?

    Have a blessed weekend. 🙂

  3. Mr. Baxter sounds like a good teacher. Have a blessed week.

  4. Thank you for joining in on the Friendly Fill-Ins! Mr. Baxter sounds like he would have been my favorite teacher, too. I always loved book report assignments, but my English teachers hardly ever went that route. And, your answer to #4 is perfect. Have a wonderful weekend!

  5. Thank you for participating in the fill-ins, great answers. I am glad you don’t have any memories of bad teachers. That sounds like something I need to learn how to do with my children’s book coming out soon. And I agree with #4. Have a nice weekend. 🙂

  6. The Tribe of Five agrees, compassion and kindness are important for humans and felines!!
    Purrs & Head Bonks,
    Oliver

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