O Is for Origami: #atozchallenge

  I was reading Deborah Weber's O post today when a word therein sparked a memory. The word isn't her topic--that's oakus, an old name for something many of you possess--but origami, the art of paper folding. In my third-grade class, we students made snowflakes. That isn't exactly origami, because origami is sculpture, three-dimensional, and … Continue reading O Is for Origami: #atozchallenge