Here is the well-known “To be or not to be” soliloquy from Hamlet, transcribed by me in Anniversary. I’ve used a Sharpie Roller 0.5 mm pen which has a slightly thicker line than I’m used to, but of all the pens I’ve tried out this is the only one that never skips. Attachment: to-be-or-not-to-be.pdf
From the 1960’s. Motivation to exercise after Thanksgiving dinner (or any other time). Attachment: weider-home-gym.pdf
Here is the first section of the Wikipedia entry for Trick-or-treating, transcribed in Anniversary. I was consciously trying to fit everything on one page, so the outlines are sometimes a bit close together. Enjoy! Attachment: trick-or-treating.pdf
Most of us return to Standard Time next weekend, so I’ve transcribed the first few paragraphs of the Wikipedia page on Daylight Savings Time into Anniversary to give everyone a little reading practice. Enjoy! Attachment: daylight-savings-time.pdf
I’ve been unable to write much the last few weeks because of bad tendinitis in my right elbow. I think it was a combination of too much Gregg coupled with too much yardwork, and then ignoring the warning signs until the pain was quite severe. Has anyone else ever experienced this problem?
I’ve been meaning to transcribe something in Anniversary for the group (and to give Carlos something new to read, since he is usually the one doing the writing!), and this speech from 1963 seemed apropos to post given things going on in the world today. It is the address by the Rev. Martin Luther King…
Until the last few months, my practice time was generally limited to writing notes / meeting minutes at work, doing some writing while watching regular tv shows in the evening, and sometimes adding a little more serious time on the weekends. Now, with more time on my hands here at home, I find that I…