Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Get Me Out of Here!!! Or How I Completed 23 Things:--)

My favorite part of this journey was the online generator section. I just like to pretend and it was fun. We laughed hysterically one afternoon here as I biked over mountain tops in my underwear...Not a great "thing" in mixed company unless, of course, your'e a "Meez!"

This program has helped me to explore sites and technology I may not have found on my own. It made me "click crazy." Oddly, too, it brought me closer to my teeenagers who just love to laugh at mom's incompetance. They were quite helpful and understanding of "old mom." Naturally, I did not allow them to see me hiking about the desert in my undies...Even if I was just a "Meez."

The 23 Things was made more difficult by its timing. Summer Reading? Remember that? But, then again...It also gave us all something else to think about...So, that was good. I heard we're PROABABLY doing Summer Reading again next year too....Who would have ever "thunk" it?

I would DEFINITELY particiapte in another excercise similar to this. It is great to expand my horizons....Not Horizon, all you CIRC junkies...horizons. And, I like the "fellowship" and teaching aspect of the program. It was great celebrating each others' succcesses and laughing about our goofs. Anyone ever "goof" before??

23 Things was good....very good. It built us as individuals and helped us to grow as a team.

Am I done yet?

Is there a door to this thing?

2 comments:

HCPL WebMaster said...

Congrats on completing your 23 Things. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I'm glad it was a fruiful journey. I think you'll see even more in hindsight. The timing was rough, but it was important that we be on the front edge with the state... anyway, thanks for your perseverance.

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