Reflections
Ralph Fletcher

On page 28  Ralph Fletcher --

* Tells how he uses a notebook to record his inner
   feelings and thoughts
* And it shows, rather than tells, an authentic
   example of this

 

On page 29

* Addresses the value of recording "sensory impressions,
   odd things that happen, their thoughts, dreams, and
   reactions"
* The text notes the importance of revisiting, self-rejecting,
   and selecting.
* It tells how ideas or jottings can be the source of
   worthwhile, meaningful writing