The Friday Fishwrap: Second Grade Wisdom For Grownups

The Friday Fishwrap has been a tradition here at Pages… in honour of Herb Caen; one of  the greatest journalists I’ve ever known.

This is usually the time in the week when we take pot-shots at the strange and the absurd events of the week. Instead, I’d like to take the opportunity to pass along some wisdom about what being different means.

The author is Kennedy, the seven year old daughter of my friend and Editor-In-Chief at On Fiction Writing, Renee Miller.

I will wish all of you a safe and enjoyable weekend, and I hope you’ll take the time to follow the link and read the column in it’s entirety.

And so, without further adieu: Second Grade Wisdom For Grownups.

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About Gwendolyn McIntyre

Author, editor, businesswoman, musician, lover of jazz and horses. Chief investigator of all things that go BUMP in the night.
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