10 Seconds of Thanks Assignment — Reining

ok…here goes:

 

family, friends, comfortable shoes, bed, good food, headache medicine, headphones, pens that don’t skip

 

not a bad list…

 

Bonus:  draw a picture of you to complete your list:

<:-)  my hair is sticking out….. lol

 

I did the 10 Seconds of Thanks assignment because I thought that it would be pretty easy to do…it was until I had to start copying and pasting all of the website information and the links and stuff on my chrome book…I really need to learn how to use this thing..the tricks like copying and pasting simple things…those are the things that drive me crazy…I know how to do them on regular computers but they don’t work on simple new technological advancements! 😦 aaarrrrggghhhh  oh welll…I will figure out how to do them but when I have more time…. 🙂

 

I liked the ds106 site because it is very useful for lots and lots of information and for creating links between websites.

 

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Ten Second Thank You Challenge

My Ten Second Thank You

My Ten Second Thank You

I chose to complete the 10 Seconds of Thanks Challenge.

 The   Assignment Directions specify that I set a timer for ten seconds and write a list of everything I am thankful for.   I reset the timer for another ten seconds and drew a sketch of myself (see the above image).

Note:  I believe at least twenty seconds would make this a more fruitful endeavor.

10 Seconds of Thanks

For my second blog post, I chose to complete the 10 Seconds of Thanks challenge.

In accordance with the assignment directions, I set a timer for ten seconds and using pen and paper, then wrote down everything for which I was thankful. (There was way more that I could have listed, but ten seconds went by very quickly.)

Afterward, I set the timer for another ten seconds and drew a picture of myself. (Yes, the assignments specified this as well.)  I took a photo of it to insert here.

Since very few people can read my handwriting, I have transcribed my list for everyone:

I am grateful for family, friends, life, learning, opportunity…

photo 2

10 Seconds of Thanks

For my second blog post, I chose to complete the 10 Seconds of Thanks challenge.  

In accordance with the assignment directions, I set a timer for ten seconds and using pen and paper, then wrote down everything for which I was thankful. (There was way more that I could have listed, but ten seconds went by very quickly.)  

Afterward, I set the timer for another ten seconds and drew a picture of myself. (Yes, the assignments specified this as well.)  I took a photo of it to insert here.

Since very few people can read my handwriting, I have transcribed my list for everyone:

I am grateful for family, friends, life, learning, opportunity… 

Image