Nobody’s Normal, in Print

In case you’re interested, the August issue of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine features an article I wrote called “Nobody’s Normal.” If you frequent this blog the ideas in the article will be familiar, but I was able to illustrate it in a few new ways.

If you want to read it simply, click the link below and it will take you to the digital magazine site. Once there you can click the yellow “Nobody’s Normal” title on the cover or the “Nobody’s Normal” title in the Table of Contents on the left side of the page. The article is on three different pages, so you’ll have to use the page navigation on the top of the magazine to read it all. I’d love to know what you think.

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Thanks for reading!

Here’s the link – The Old Schoolhouse: August Edition

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About ryan85

A son, a brother, a husband, a father of eight, and a friend. A follower of Jesus Christ. A fan of the Seminoles and all teams Atlanta. I write, I read, and teach when I can. I prefer red pens. I'm easily distracted. I've lived in Augusta, GA, northern Minnesota, the beautiful western NC mountains, and Tallahassee, FL - Go 'Noles. I played football for FSU, was on the national championship team in 1999, and took a few snaps with the Pittsburgh Steelers. My favorite colors are fluorescent yellow, and Garnet & Gold. I drive a minivan and think it's cool.
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4 Responses to Nobody’s Normal, in Print

  1. I like that magazine. Congrats on getting published there!

  2. rudzikm says:

    Wonderful article!

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