Sunday, 18 February 2007

Looking forward to not spell checking

Hey all

thank you R for making this blog. It is so important. As for me i am so happy to be able to write with not spell checking my work. This is the only place where i feel i can write myself. Anyway, another way of describing the liberation of not dressing up my words in the correct grammer and feietics, is comparing this site to my very own nudiest beach.

So with only a few weeks to go a bit over a month i am excited. Very one i know is excited and i really hope that this project opens up a lot of doors for people.

Thank you all for your involvment and your support

much love

1 comment:

mike juggins said...

Hi everyone

I meet a few guys that will be doing their thang at the barons court on the 19th in london and I must say... what a fab bunch you are.

I have been very active on the issue of dyslexia for a few years now but this is the first event that is being run by and for us.

us "fickies" get a chance to put the record straight and strut our stuff. I am performing on the tuesday (20 march) and as it is my birthday I intend to enjoy myself with paint and projection.

As I recieved a small grant I will also be up in the big smoke for the week documenting the festival.

I am really looking forward to working on this and hope that we will all be inspired and rewarded by our involvement.

Many myths still excist regards dyslexia... lets challenge a few, dyslexics of the world untie

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