Week 10: So long, farewell

And the wind carries them off, and all of the hope in their hearts is carried with them until they are gone...

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This is our last post for the Student Blogging Challenge until we start again next year in March 2016. I hope you have enjoyed the activities and the chance to make connections with other students and classes around the world.

I would like to thank Sue Waters from Edublogs for writing a few of the challenges this time, but also thank the mentors for taking time to visit and comment on student blogs.

We have had a great 10 weeks of blogging. You have learnt so many skills to help you improve your blogs. Many of you have improved those writing skills or maybe digital skills with using a variety of tools to embed on your blog. But it is now time to evaluate your progress as well as the progress of the blogging challenge itself.

This week there are three things to do:

  1. Evaluate your own blog
  2. Evaluate the actual blogging challenge
  3. Keep watching for the post from Edublogs about voting for the best student and class blogs

1. This is an audit of your blog since the beginning of October 2015.

  • How many posts did you write?
  • How many were school based, your own interests or set by the challenge?
  • How many comments did you receive from classmates, teachers or overseas students?
  • Which post received the most comments? Why do you think that happened?
  • Which post did you enjoy writing the most and why?
  • Did you change blog themes at all and why?
  • How many widgets do you have? Do you think this is too many or not enough?
  • How many overseas students do you have on your blogroll?
  • Which web tools did you use to show creativity on your blog?

Now ask another student and teacher/parent from your school who might not have read your blog to do an audit.

Sit beside them while they navigate around your blog, record what you observe as they interact with your blog. When finished, ask them the following questions:

  1. What were your first impressions of this blog?
  2. What captured your attention?
  3. What distracted you on the blog?
  4. What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?

Write a post about your blog audit.

2. Evaluating the challenge.

This is the fifteenth challenge and sometimes I feel like the activities are getting stale especially for those students who have taken part in more than one set of challenges. So over the next few weeks I will be adding new pages that you all can contribute to. Every month of the year, there are special events, festivals, birthdays of authors etc. Which ones do you think it would be interesting to write about? Find the post ideas page for that month and add your ideas in the comments. (These are found above the header area)

I usually have a form to fill in here but this time I would like you to leave a quality comment giving your opinion of the challenge. You might want to mention some of the following things:

  • the most interesting challenge for you
  • how often you visited other blogs and left comments
  • whether you read the challenge flipboard magazine
  • a PMI or plus/minus/interesting point about the challenge
  • the most important thing you learnt while doing the challenge

3. Voting for blogs – I will include a link here when I know more about the voting for the best class and student blogs. I know there were nearly 400 nominations for student blogs and about two hundred for class blog. The team at Edublogs have had to short list these down to about 40 in each category, so if you were nominated congratulations. If you made it to the shortlist for students then your blog will have been nominated many times or will have at least 10 posts or will show great conversations in the comments.

If you missed out on the shortlist for this year, keep your blog going next year, keep making connections with students around the world and perhaps you will make the shortlist for 2016.

78 thoughts on “Week 10: So long, farewell

  1. dear Ms. W,

    The SBC challenges for the past 10 week were really fun. The most interesting challenge for me was the one that we got to vote for the different blogs. I love this because you get to vote for different blog that are interesting. I look at other peoples blog probably four times a week. I read the challenge flipboard magazine every sunday to see the different post every week. It was a plus to learn about different people in different countries. A minus is that I had to think of things to write for all of my post (but it made me use my creative mind more). It was interesting because to see what my classmates had to say and what I had to say. The most important thing I learned is to be more creative in my mind. Thank you Ms. W. for creating these awesome challenges.

    Sincerely,
    Alexandrianna

  2. Dear Ms. W,
    The most important challenge was the first one because you would need to know what to do and how these blogs work.

    Sincerely,
    Landein

  3. Hi Ms.W,
    I really enjoyed all of the topics on this student blogging challenge. I hope I will participate in it next year.

    Thank you,
    Isabella

  4. Dear Mrs. W
    I’m going to be honest. I didn’t like the challenge. The topics weren’t that fun, I for one hardly got to write anything interesting. The topics were bland and they weren’t as much fun as I thought. The idea is good, you just need better topics, maybe let kids write about things they actually like once in a while? Because after a while this just got tedious, repetitive, and boring. I don’t mean to be rude, just giving constructed criticism.

  5. Dear Ms. W,
    The most fun one was the scary story. I don’t really go exploring or commenting though, although I look at the scary stories. I have never read the flip board magazine. I learnt how to blog because before, I didn’t know how so this has been a great experience.

    from,
    Dashiell

  6. Dear Ms. W,
    The challenges were great. Some of the challenges were hard and some were easy. The SBC challenges were a mix of hard, easy, fun, and interesting challenges.
    Sincerely,
    Kyler

  7. Dear Ms. W,
    I liked the challenges. They were interesting and enjoyable, though sometimes they took awhile for me to think about what to write. I’m really happy that I got to do this.

    From,
    Caitlyn

  8. Dear Ms. W,

    All of the challenges were interesting, but the most interesting to me was Week 7. They weren’t stale, but very difficult at times.

    Sincerely,
    Justin M.

  9. Hello Miss W,
    I thought these posts/challenges were fun even though I didn’t do all of them but I enjoyed the ones that I did. I enjoyed most about writing about Nature and all the facts about it.

    Sincerely,
    Tyler

  10. Dear Ms.W,

    The most interesting challenge for me was the one about nature because I
    got to use my knoledge on Hawaii.
    I go on other peoples blog to read there posts abd leave comments.
    I read the challenge flipboard magazine to see if my blog is on it.
    The interesting part of the blogging was when we had to visit other peoples blog.
    The most important thing that I learned was paitence because we have a lot of homework and this on top of it.

    Aloha,
    hmsjena

  11. Dear Ms. W,
    Some of the challenges were interesting and fun. Some of them where quite hard and time consuming. I’m glad we get a short break.

    Sincerely,
    Katelyn

    • Dear Ms. W,
      Sorry, I accidentally submitted the comment before I finished. I liked the activity where we had to create an avatar. I visited kind of a lot of blogs when we had to for an activity. I did not read the challenge flipboard magazine. I learned that we need to communicate with people who live outside of Hawaii.

  12. Dear Mrs.W

    All of the Challenges were very challenging.I don’t really visit the blogs that much. My favorite blog would be the Halloween Stories, because i love reading other peoples story. I think that the student blogging challenge was very fun and good for us.

    sincerely,
    Fern

  13. Dear Ms. W,
    The most interesting challenge for me was the 5:1 activity.
    I visited other;’s blogs very frequently.
    I also read flip board magazine numerous times.
    SBC was fun, challenging, and interesting at the same time.
    The most important thing I learned while doing the challenge was how to write for other audiences.
    Sincerely,
    Carlie

  14. Dear Ms. W,

    I think the most interesting challenge on Student Blogging Challenge is probably the Halloween one because you got to make a halloween story, and even talk about what you do for halloween.

    From Joe

  15. Dear Ms. W,
    The SBC was fun but challenging sometimes. I think that it was a good experience and is good to do again.
    Sincerly,
    Carlie

  16. Dear Ms. W,
    Thanks for the awesome time during this fall. I liked the challenge where we got to talk about our food since I really like food.

    Sincerely,
    Yuma 😀

  17. Hi Mrs. W,
    This was a great Student Blogging Challenge. I probably won’t be doing this next year, but I have a quote from a song to express many of the students’ feelings.
    “It’s been a long way, from where we began; and I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again. ~Wiz Khalifa
    Thank you for letting us have so much fun this year!

    ~Yoshi

  18. Hi Miss W,

    My favorite part of the challenge was when we were just starting because it was fun to get people to know me more. It was also fun to read the flipboard magazine and see some of the great posts that ended up in it. I was so surprised when I found a few of mine in there. The most important thing that I learned during this challenge was to manage your time wisely. Where I’m from, we have to do all the activities every week, and if we don’t plan when we’re going to do each activity carefully, we end up being late. The challenge was great overall, and I hope that I do it again.

    Angela
    http://hmsangela.edublogs.org/

  19. Dear Ms. W,

    I really liked the student blogging challenge because it is a great way to socialize with other people around the world and it is also a great way to learn to write better. My favorite challenge was when we did the Count 1,2,3 game because I really liked commenting on other students blogs. I don’t visit blogs and/or comment on them too much unless it is part of the challenge. The most interesting part about the challenge is how fun it was to write posts about yourself. It is a great way to learn more about people and how they live their lives. I sometimes read the flip board magazine when I have time to see if any of my friends post is on the magazine. I hope there are more challenges to be made because it was very fun to do.

    Sincerely,
    Alexandra Lee

  20. Dear Ms. W,
    The Blogging Challenges were very enjoyable to do and very compelling, especially if we are visiting other blogs from different places! One of my favorite challenges was to write about the types of food we eat in our country! I learned and experienced a lot when doing the challenges. I also made new friends with other people not just from the USA, but from other countries. I hope the SBC will start again soon!

  21. Dear Miss W,

    The most interesting challenge for me was visiting blogs from foreign countries because I could read about how it is where they live. I only visited other blogs and left comments when I had to. I never read the challenge flipboard magazine because I never had time. I enjoyed reading the blogs from other people, however I had a difficult time when I had to comment on their blogs because I didn’t know what to say. The most important thing that I learned from doing this challenge is that there are many different ways to express yourself.

    Sincerely,
    Justin
    hmsjustino.edublogs.org

    Sincerely,

  22. Dear Ms. W,

    The student blogging challenge was educational and very interesting However, I feel that there should have been a little bit more freedom as far as choosing post topics. Other than that it was cool to see other people’s blogs from around the world.

    Sincerely,
    Jack

  23. Hi Mrs. W,
    My favorite blog challenge would have to be the Halloween one. I enjoyed writing a spooky poem! Another challenge that I liked was the Raise Your Voice blog. I love how with a few clicks, we can connect with students around the world through blogging! I loved doing the Global Student Blogging Challenge! I can’t wait for next year.
    Sincerely,
    Danielle

  24. Hi Ms. W,
    The blogging challenge was interesting. I loved doing all of the activities for each blog. It was really fun. I really want to do this blogging challenge again.
    Sincerely,
    Danielle

  25. Dear Ms. W,
    The blogging challenges were really fun. I liked the scary story post/challenge. I wish that there were more activities but the EDU Blogs is ending.

    Sincerely,
    Ava

  26. Dear Ms W

    I think that the challenges were interesting. I didn’t really visit other blogs. My favorite blog has to be the nature I’ve because it was a topic I could relate and that was kind of simple. I would give the challenge a interesting point.

    Sincerely,
    Dylan

  27. Dear Ms. W,

    The Student Blogging Challenge was very entertaining to do, and was very fun. My favorite activity was making our own avatar. Sometimes, it was hard to find blogs to comment on, and it took a really long time. However, in the end I thought that the Student Blogging Challenge was a fun experience.

    Sincerely,
    Naho

  28. Dear Ms. W,

    I think the blogging challenges have been really fun. My favorite challenge was the one where we had to write a Halloween story.

    Sincerely,
    Logan

  29. Hi Mrs.W, I liked doing SBC week five. I haven’t visited other sites often though. I always read the challenges, to be honest I didn’t do most of them, but I am still working on it! It’s really interesting how we have to answer the questions provided by you. I’ve learned that sometimes you have to YOLO (you only live once,) when I’m writing my posts I worry when I might have missed some grammar mistakes or questions such as: who what when where why.

  30. Hi Miss W. this is for my student blogging challenge week 10.
    1) The most interesting challenge for me was the week 5.
    2) I visited other bogs at least once a week and left a comment.
    3) I did not read the challenge flipboard magazine.
    4) I really liked this challenge it was fun sortive rating my blog.
    5) The most important thing I learned was that my blog is good.
    Thank you for taking time to read my comment.
    From: Rayne

  31. Hello Mrs. W,
    My favorite blog challenge would have to be the Halloween one. I enjoyed writing a spooky story! I also loved how we could connect with students around the world through blogging! I loved doing the Global Student Blogging Challenge and I had a great time!

    Jacquelyn

  32. Hi Mrs. W.
    I think the most interesting challenge was week 5’s challenge.
    I visited a couple other peoples blogs but I only commented on about three.
    No I did not read the challenge flip board magazine.
    The most important thing I learned about the challenge is to be social and if someone goes out of there way to help you out like comment on your blog is that you should probably go comment on their blog also.

  33. Hi Mis. W.
    -The most intresting Challenge for me was to write a post about the SLAVE .
    -I often visited blogs of other children . I met with different personalities and styles of blogs . But I didn’t commented all visited blogs.
    -I’ve Read a magazine and it was interesting .
    -l Have learned to respect others and that we should do our best. And to get to know other people and to have connections with people around the world

  34. Hey Mrs. W.,
    I think the most interesting challenge was the one where you had to share a time with family. It helped me realize that family is important. Looking back, I finally notice how much fun I had with them. The skills I learned about commenting will come with me the rest of my life. Thank you.
    Becca
    http://6rebeccab.edublogs.org/

  35. There should be a topic about what you hope for your future
    The most interesting challenge for me was about writing of our cultures food.
    I try to get on other peoples blogs whenever I have the chance.
    The challenges were really fun to do. Other people that get on this will really enjoy blogging. I learned how to better express myself in my blog. Ever post taught me a little more on what I could.
    josuejeg.edublogs.org

  36. Hi Miss W,
    I wrote my blog audit here: https://bloggingwithmia04.edublogs.org/2015/12/10/blog-audit-student-blogging-challenge-week-10/

    The most interesting challenge for me was the raise your voice post for Blog Action Day. It was interesting to see what other people raised their voices about and for me, it was a way to get my opinion heard using my blog. I read the challenge flipboard magazine quite often as I enjoyed reading other people’s posts.

    Overall, I have loved the Student Blogging Challenge and I hope it continues for years to come.

    -Mia
    https://bloggingwithmia04.edublogs.org/

  37. Hello Mrs. W.

    During participation in this challenge the most interesting for me was writing about nature.
    I tried to get closer to describe the natural beauty of my country.
    The most important thing in the challenge is that we have made contact with other students from different countries.
    http://vladasite8.weebly.com/

  38. I have written 10 posts.
    All 10 posts were school-based.
    I’ve gotten 14 comments from classmates. I’ve gotten 1 comment from Miss W, and 1 comment from a student that’s not in my class.
    My “Why I Believe” post got the most comments. I believe that my “Why I Believe” post got the most comments because I put the most effort into that post and I believe that I got my effort’s worth of comments.
    I enjoyed writing my ” Why I Believe” post the most because I feel like I poured my emotion into that post and gave it my all. So, I feel like it’s my best piece of work.
    I didn’t change blog themes since I made my blog. I did this because I was really excited about the Lakers season, considering all the new guys we had coming, but then it flopped like usual. But, in honor of the Laker’s failed season, I’ll keep my theme like this.
    I have 5 widgets. I think this is just enough.
    I’ve use a wordle-like website as a web tool to show creativity on my blog. I’ve also used photosforclass.com as a web tool to show creativity on my blog.

    Part B

    Person I asked: My sister

    Her responses:

    My first impressions were that it was neat and organized.
    The picture of the Lakers roster caught my attention.
    The picture of the Lakers distracted me.
    Make the header smaller and have more items drawing attention to your post.
    Part C

    I should talk about the Lakers season more, but considering how they’re playing, that would make my blog a shame.
    The most interesting challenge for me was Week 3.
    I did not read the challenge flipboard magazine.
    A positive moment was when I received comments under my posts. I haven’t had any negative moments. An interesting moment was when I got to write about what I would put in a time capsule.
    The most important thing I have learned during this challenge was to have fun and not to stress it if you don’t get noticed by Miss W because there’s other people who will read your blog.

  39. I believe that things that more things globally should be added, so everyone can relate to them. The most interesting challenge to me was the ” Our food ” challenge because it was the most fun to write. I visited other sites and blogs weekly, and left comments every time I visited them.

  40. Student Blog:http://damoniquew.edublogs.org/

    what topics should be added? Favorites any kind.

    the most interesting challenge for you? Food challenge.
    how often you visited other blogs and left comments? Often.
    whether you read the challenge flipboard magazines a PMI or plus/minus/interesting point about the challenge? That it had newer things like Hashtag’s.
    the most important thing you learnt while doing the challenge? The right way to comment.

  41. Hello Ms W,
    I’m not sure what the most interesting challenge for me was – they’re all pretty interesting! I liked the first set of challenges from this year better than the second set (the October-December challenges) of challenges for 2015

    I didn’t visit other blogs all that much, but whenever I visited another person’s blog, I left a couple of pretty long comments 🙂

    I did check the Flipboard magazine, occasionally

    P: The SBC has really helped me with my blogging skills! M: I skipped a couple weeks of the challenges because October to December are the busiest months of the year – there’s all this end of year work and concerts and things. I: Not sure

    The most important thing I learnt was probably that you can connect to people all around the world through blogging

    Thanks for all the challenges this year – as I said in my plus, the Student Blogging Challenge really, really helped me develop my blogging skills 🙂

    -Bri

  42. HI Miss W,
    The most important thing that I learned while doing this challenge is time management. This challenge added to my list of homework and taught me to manage my time so that I still had time to complete each challenge.
    Until next time,
    Kyra
    hmskyra.edublogs.org

    • Hi ms. W
      I really enjoyed these Edublog challenges this year. I hope you will do more challenges that we can do. I have learned a lot of things these past 10 weeks, I got to know how to comment on edublog and so many others
      Things that will help me in the long run.
      I will miss Edublog challenges. Hope you have a nice break.
      Cailey
      Hmscailey.org

  43. I think the raise your voice was the most interesting challenge was the raise your voice because it helped people learn about important things that are going on around them
    How often do I visit others blogs isn’t that much I only visited other peoples blogs in the week 6 activity other than that I don’t visit peoples blogs.

  44. Hello Mis.W,
    – For me, the most interesting Challenge writing about food. So I knew the food that is eaten in other continents.
    – Every Sunday I visited from 4 to 5 blogs and leave comments on the blog 3.
    – Yes, I read a magazine Challenge, and blogs that are out there I komntarisala.
    – The most important thing I’ve learned in the challenge is to express an opinion, to establish contacts with other students from other countries and continents.
    http://marijasite.weebly.com/

  45. I would have liked to see views on politics perhaps. The most interesting challenge for me was The World of Nature. It allowed me to share more about how I feel about nature, something I adore. During these challenges, I rarely left comments, only when it was necessary. I never visited the challenge flipboard magazine. Plus: Nature Challenge, Minus: Nominations Challenge, Interesting: Our Food Challenge.

  46. A plus was the nature challenge. A minus was any challenge to express who I was in any way. An interesting was the Halloween challenge. The most important thing I learned while doing the challenge is that there really is other lives outside mine.

  47. *Re-commenting because I left out a question*
    1) Topics that should be added are your favorite *fill in the blank* and explain why. I find challenges more fun if they’re personal.
    2) The most interesting challenge for me was the about me challenge. I liked writing about myself, it felt easier and more fun.
    3) I visited people in my class’s blogs a lot, but not many other people. This is because other people rarely even posted.
    4) I did not read the challenge flipboard magazine.
    5) The challenge was a good idea! It was only hard to keep up with, because I had other work in English, along with the challenge. It was just too much.
    6) The most important thing I learned in the challenge is about technology. I am horrible with computers, and this challenge had me delete widgets, changing the theme of my blog, etc.

  48. Hi Mrs. W,
    I really enjoyed the blogging challenge. My favorite part of the challenge was writing my ‘Raise Your Voice’ post. I had never really thought about writing a blog before so doing this challenge helped me to do things that I never would have done otherwise.

    Sincerely,
    Kathryn http://kathrync20.edublogs.org/

  49. 1. What topics should be added

    I think more current issues should be added. We talked a lot about our culture and basic things like nature and such. We should have political topics. I don’t want to say “something more meaningful” because I liked the challenges we had . I just think you get to know someone even better when you get to see them talking about something they’re passionate about. Or maybe even more free writes. You could give a challenge that was literally just “tell us something you love to do” or “what are you most passionate about” or “if you could change one thing about the world what would it be?” I think these topics are more broad. I believe when students are given a lot of rules and guidelines making a blog posts seems more like a chore.

    2. The most interesting challenge for you

    My favorite challenge was the one where we got to star using pictures in out blogs. I thought it made the blog more interesting.

    3. How often you visited other blogs and left comments

    Once a week.

    4. Whether you read the challenge flipboard magazine

    No.

    5. PMI or plus/minus/interesting point about the challenge

    Positive: I think this was a fun way to get other kids to write with out putting too much of a fear factor in them. It gave me something to do and I loved interacting with other people. Having this challenge be global was cool because I got to learn about other cultures.

    Negative: I couldn’t always keep up with the challenge and I didn’t like some challenges.

    Interesting: Learning about other cultures around the world.

  50. what topics should be added

    ~ More topics about things that we enjoy outside of school.

    the most interesting challenge for you

    ~ The blog about what we believe in.

    how often you visited other blogs and left comments

    ~Only when I have to for points.

  51. 1) I think that you should have a topic that has students showing their creativity. I like to write with creativity and spice to it.
    2) The most interesting challenge that I like was the one about the world. I liked it because I got to say why I love the world and how beautiful it is in my eyes.
    3) I think I left comments on other’s blogs was when they left comments on mine and said to visit theirs but I also went exploring.
    4) I liked the challenge but I found it hard to do it every week and keep up with english work.
    5) The thing that I learned most during this challenge was that you can learn new things not just by talking but by reading on the computer.

  52. I really liked this challenge. It was my first time participating in this. It had great topics and a wide variety. It also taught me how to be better with computers.

  53. your favorite song,

    The one the we tell about are favorite part about nature, Three times a week, I didn’t get thought to it but I will, and Positive or Plus.

  54. I liked blogging it was fun and I liked the topic about your favorite family vacation. I never really left comments unless I really wanted to. Also, I never looked at the challenge flipboard.

  55. My favorite challenge was the BAD 2015. I visited a lot of blogs and left comments but mostly for the Week 6 challenge. I have read the flipboard magazine. The most important thing I learned from the challenge was how to get better at commenting.

  56. The most interesting challenge for me was Week 3- Activity 2, because I wrote about how my mom and brother died. I left comments on other students blogs very often! I learned that it’s ok to write what your thinking.

  57. I think the most interesting challenge was the vacation. I sometimes go visit and comment, but sometimes I get to busy with my blog and can´t. I read the flipboard magazine like once maybe twice. The activities take way to long to do.

  58. Hi Miss W here is the post I think was most interesting it was called “How Our Presidency Can Change The USA” And here is the link to that story:http://blog.elanco.org/zookpe9/2015/12/08/how-our-presidency-can-change-the-usa/ And I would visit other people’s blogs, like 3 times a week sometimes just once but a couple comments, and sometimes 2 times a week. And sometimes everyday of the week. I didn’t read the Flipboard magazine for the challenges. The challenges were pretty fun, but they took a long time, and it is nice seeing other people from around the world. And I learnt that you need patience when waiting for other students to comment on your blog. Follow me http://blog.elanco.org/zookpe9/at

  59. Hi, Mrs. W. This is a great challenge. I think it will help all of us participating to actually think about our blog: how organized were we; how creative were we; and what we can do better in March. When I started this I wanted to quit before I even started, but as the challenge went on I kept getting more interested. You really helped me think about the world around me. It would be fun I think to write about authors on their birthdays. Thank you for this challenge.
    Sincerely,
    The Jammer

  60. I think that the blogging challenge was fun, but because I did all of the challenges, it got a little boring. The activities often took a log time to do.

  61. Hello Mrs. W,
    I believe that the most interesting challenge was the raise your voice challenge! It really helped spread the word about important causes! You should definately do that next year. I visited and commented on students’ blog every week! I think that it is a great idea to learn something new and leave a quality comment!
    Sincerely,
    Shaina
    http://6shainap.edublogs.org/

  62. 1) Topics that should be added are your favorite *fill in the blank* and explain why. I find challenges more fun if they’re personal.
    2) The most interesting challenge for me was the about me challenge. I liked writing about myself, it felt easier and more fun.
    3) I visited people in my class’s blogs a lot, but not many other people. This is because other people rarely even posted.
    4) The challenge was a good idea! It was only hard to keep up with, because I had other work in English, along with the challenge. It was just too much.
    5) The most important thing I learned in the challenge is about technology. I am horrible with computers, and this challenge had me delete widgets, changing the theme of my blog, etc.

  63. The most interesting challenge was the vacation, I hardly leave comments and visit blogs. I don’t read the flipboard magazine. I liked how I got to write about my blog. The most important thing I learned is use your head.

  64. the most interesting challenge was your favorite vacation, I barley left comments and visited blogs, I did not read the flip board, I liked how I got to write about my blog, I learned that you need to leave comments a lot.

  65. I really like this student challenge. I think it was a good way for us to figure out how to do things. I really like writing about the nature one. It was fun. I liked commenting and I did it often.

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