I had one learn cursive in second grade in Ohio and one learn cursive in third grade in South Dakota. Both now print (7th and 4th grade) don't seem to use it unless they want to at school. Interesting how different states work.
This old lady prints almost always:at least it can be read.Quite often cursive writting skips letters, just kinda leaves you hanging wondering just what that person did sign as their name. Thanks for searching. jimsjunque
Calling all Bacon Lovers! Hereís a recipe thatís sure to be a hit during your next party. Perfect for serving during the next big game. Little bundles of baked bacon surrounding golden buttery potatoes. My mouth is watering already. These can be made up ahead of time to be tossed in the oven when the time is right.
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