advice column she wrote at age 13 on an old Smith-Corona typewriter-- this is pre-spellcheck days, mind you. (I strongly discouraged her from throwing her childhood writings away, and still have a bunch of stuff I rescued from the trash.) She now works in a field where a high degree of literacy is an absolute requirement.
River Valley Acupuncture. (I've still got all your old sticker books, Emily.) Her goal is to make acupuncture affordable for regular folks and she uses her blog to share information and dispel myths about acupuncture.
master class had me on pins and needles. I'd like to see her turn it into an article, but she's in her last year at UNH and has plenty to keep her busy.
My kids grew up surrounded by books and are all vociferous readers. Therefore, they are all good writers! I feel bad for so many of today's kids, who don't know what it's like to be transported to another world without the aid of a computer screen.