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Podcasts, Words of Jen 0 comments on Dr. U Visits Again – Episode 094

Dr. U Visits Again – Episode 094

For NaPodPoMo 2021, I decided to do something different than I’ve done in the past. Each episode I release in November of this year include pieces of an old, hand-written journal which I had to create as part of my student teaching experience in 1997.

I read “Dr. U Visits Again” on Episode 094 of Words of Jen (the 1997 series).

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Words of Jen 0 comments on Five More Weeks – Episode 093

Five More Weeks – Episode 093

Words of Jen is written in cursive. Below it is 1997. It looks like something a bored student would draw.

For NaPodPoMo 2021, I decided to do something different than I’ve done in the past. Each episode I release in November of this year include pieces of an old, hand-written journal which I had to create as part of my student teaching experience in 1997.

I read “Five More Weeks” on Episode 093 of Words of Jen (the 1997 series).

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Animal Crossing Pocket Camp 0 comments on Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: Lolly’s Celestial Cookie

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: Lolly’s Celestial Cookie

My Pocket Camp character is about to eat one of Lolly's Celestial cookies. They can do that without taking off their mask.

Lolly’s Celestial Cookie is one of many cookies that players can obtain by spending 50 Leaf Tickets for one cookie. Lolly’s Celestial Cookie was released on August 1, 2020, and stayed available through October 30, 2020. The game reissues cookies, so there is a chance this one could reappear at the Fortune Cookie Stand.

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Podcasts, Words of Jen 0 comments on Making Copies – Episode 092

Making Copies – Episode 092

For NaPodPoMo 2021, I decided to do something different than I’ve done in the past. Each episode I release in November of this year include pieces of an old, hand-written journal which I had to create as part of my student teaching experience in 1997.

I read “Making Copies” on Episode 092 of Words of Jen (the 1997 series).

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Podcasts, Words of Jen 0 comments on Scheduling – Episode 091

Scheduling – Episode 091

Words of Jen is written in cursive. Below it is 1997. It looks like something a bored student would draw.

For NaPodPoMo 2021, I decided to do something different than I’ve done in the past. Each episode I release in November of this year include pieces of an old, hand-written journal which I had to create as part of my student teaching experience in 1997.

I read “Scheduling” on Episode 091 of Words of Jen (the 1997 series).

If you enjoyed this episode please consider supporting me on Ko-fi. Thank you!

Podcasts, Words of Jen 0 comments on Learning New Things – Episode 090

Learning New Things – Episode 090

Words of Jen is written in cursive. Below it is 1997. It looks like something a bored student would draw.

For NaPodPoMo 2021, I decided to do something different than I’ve done in the past. Each episode I release in November of this year include pieces of an old, hand-written journal which I had to create as part of my student teaching experience in 1997.

I read “Learning New Things” on Episode 090 of Words of Jen (the 1997 series).

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Health Care Under Biden-Harris – February 2021

Scrabble titles spell out the word February. Photo by Glen Carrie on Unsplash
Photo by Glen Carrie on Unsplash

The Biden-Harris Administration has put in effort to make it easier for people to receive the health care they need. There is an emphasis on making sure that minority and/or vulnerable groups of people are protected. This is a huge difference from the Trump-Pence Administration, that greatly restricted access to health care.

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