Danielle Hughes is an avid reader and enjoys needlework. She has diverse interests. Currently her favorites include mysteries, photography, military history, art history, history, chess, education, language, panoramas, databases, project management, music, cooking, alternative comedy, sewing and knitting. She has been busy catching up on projects, prototypes and Christmas crafting.
The puublished here is diverse. Fiction includes a collection of short stories that is traditional while the rest of it is less so in various ways. Knitting patterns are another group. After that there is various assorted. Language is a group that includes 'Visualizing Grammar' and other ideas.
Update ~ Meanwhile, I am still working on my ideas in general, still publishing and presenting them and making them public in various forms as well as continuing with my business ideas and implementation there of.
Currently I am considering if and how I would like to try to manufacture these ideas. Please be considerate in how you use them. I am thrilled with those who like doing the projects for themselves, or as in the case of a few of these projects or patterns, for use in charity bazaars - for example the wash cloth pattern.
PLEASE NOTE ~ I have changed the contact email email@example.com.
Hugh Hightower is my pen name for one publication.
Also, discovered there are more people with the same name as me than previous research some years ago suggested. Feel it is not fair for them to have my ideas confused as theirs. I live in the Pacific Northwest USA. Most discovered in recent search do not.
Summer 2019 did language thoughts for desperate and maybe others. Had quick thought. One is assorted previous draft files that were not ready and got combined. Enjoy. They have helpful in them. Some of these are in back of the envelope style. (Desperate might include learning several languages including summer school or on own before going to school. Also, USA Census Department stated there approximately 1 in 5 children in USA in multi language homes.)
Blog: http://trail011000.blogspot.com/?m=1 (notes mostly)