The ole barnyard dance, thepony paw, andthe duck walk all started this way. It's about time that someone starts a dancing school and teaches these dances.
Author: Mildred Wells-Dunn
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
You may add to any page or paragraph words, phrases, or sentences that will help you best understand what has been written. Although we might not ever meet, help me with my dream. Help me in “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community with Emphasis on Putting Parents Back to Being Parents.” A young lawyer on Beale Street once looked at me and said, “You are sincere about what you are saying and doing. I will not charge you anything.” Boy, was I glad! I had him to look at the script because I had just about gone broke on “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community.” There have been others who said to me, “What are you trying to do?” And my reply would be, “I know—it’s just hard for me to make you understand.” Readers, I hope you will understand what I am trying to say and do. Let me make it plain. I am trying to help somebody, hoping I will also receive equally what my readers receive. I am thankful for my family tree, but aren’t we all? I would love for every American family and family of this world to add “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community” to their library. I would love to hear from some of the readers to see what they think about it. It has taken a while to complete this work. I feel like there will be more books on this same work. Each of us in our own way can bridge the gap. We do not have to look for any help. Just think of things we can do to help someone.