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Cursive writiting returns
Ronda Rich
A few years ago, I was saddened to hear from my niece, Nicole, that her children were not learning to write cursive because it had been abandoned in school curriculum. It felt like a stab to my heart that something so civilized and beautiful was being discarded. Of course, many young people already disregard thank you notes, but if you’re gonna write a thank you, it needs to be in the swirling design of cursive. It’s an interesting fact that I and both of my sisters always had pretty handwriting.