December 16, 2004

A Late Look At Life

I have not lost my mind - it's backed up on disk somewhere.

Well, well, well, today is December 16th. I had my last final this morning, you think that means I'm done, don't you? wrong. I'm cramming in all those assignments I should have done earlier now, and yes, that includes my blogs on the great works of American Literature I've read over the past few weeks.
Even though I readily admit that this is the fourth blog I've written today, I still think that since Pulling It All Together I've done a much more effective job on my blogging portfolio. My personal favorite of the most recent blogs has to be on "The Yellow Wallpaper." However, this blog entry was in a close race with "I've Been Workin' On The Railroad," which I actually put into my Seton Hill portfolio because I like it so much. I will say that my most original blog entry though was on Huckleberry Finn.
I also worked towards pulling my audience (that would be you ;) into my blog entries. The best example of this is "The Differences" - which is basically a series of questions about how people view their beliefs. Then again in "One Golden Chick-Flick" I work to evoke some kind of response from readers. The entry where I did the best job getting some response was in "Mr. Richard Corey," which I turned into a paper.
Overall I have to say that I really did manage to make even this late look at life meaningful.

Posted by Diana Geleskie at December 16, 2004 3:09 PM
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