on 3/25/02 2:51 PM, Eric L. Strobel at fyzycyst_at_comcast.net wrote:
> Clearly a 'different strokes for different folks' (no pun intended) kind of
> thing. I find that trying to write like that is the quickest way to derail
> my train of thought.
> Perhaps I just write bigger than you, too. I rarely find nooks/crannies
> that are large enough to fit a decent sized word in.
LOL! I suppose that's an area where "practice makes perfect." I can't say
that I moved into this comfortably or quickly. Although I can't recall
exactly how long the process took, I know that I slowly developed my ability
to do this. I do know this--necessity is the mother of invention... :-)
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