posted by Sunday Scribblings at 1:28 PM
Mine declares that fluency can involve a lot more than speech!
A poem for now, maybe a story later :)
Post up now :) Had a lil break (unplanned, I think I lost February down the back of the sofa) but back now and looking to catch up.
Good morning!Here is my take on Fluent, without hesitation.Happy Weekend to all!Cheers,JP/deb
A poem of the embodiment of fluidity(aka: grace and finesse), perhaps?
I went with the grace aspect of the word this time. It's something that I really relate to (the loss of grace and fluidity that is).I am really enjoying the challenge of the weekly prompts again!
Fluent in writerspeak
Fluency in a language called ROAD SIGN!http://torristravels.blogspot.com/2010/03/fluency-in-spanish-or-language-called.htmlB
I need the writing practice and this looks like a lot of fun.
Sometimes, your hobbies define what you must become fluent in
I did a really dumb thing and wrote a whole entry on "Fluid." So here's my real entry now.
Here is my offering, I hope you enjoy it.
Maybe I am too busy to be creative right now but I found this a challenge.http://ann-withoutane.blogspot.com/2010/03/fluent.html
I'm fluent in adult romance books. Seriously.
First time on this site. I read Liani Taylor's lips touch book (loved it!) and saw this website in the authors note. I love it. Just the thing to get me writing.
english is my second language... ofcourse am fluent with my own...and hope to be fluent in english...i love reading blogs......most books that i read was romance...since i don't have one...joke!love reading magazine specially about home decoration...god bless
This looks really great :)
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