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~Hannah’s Blog (Not mine)
Here is one of her posts for challenge 2-Palmerston North is not to big and not to busy. You would love to live here!!!!
You would find a nice house and you would make lots of friends. If you were to live here you would be able to go shopping really easily because there are lots of shops!!!!!! If you were to visit Palmerston North you should go to the plaza because it is a nice place to shop and hang out.
There is also lots of lunch places to eat and just talk to friends. It’s big but sort of busy and there are about 148 shops and some of the most popular shops are Smiggle, Kmart, Eb games, Glassons, J Jays, Whitcoulls, Diva, Hannah’s and bling!!!
You should also visit the Square and the Esplanade. You should also visit the wind mills because there are a lot of them and you get a great view of Palmerston North.
~Eileen’s Blog(Stop! Blogging Time)
Here is a post about want blog she likes- My favorite….
blog that I read this week!
Her name is Marsadie, and she is from Canada. I enjoyed reading her blog because she does not just post the blogging challenge, but personal posts. When she writes about her personal stories, it makes her blog more interesting. Marsadie also used widgets very well, making the blog more attractive. She did not over-use the widgets, and all of them are useful, and are in an order that makes sense. For her posts, she did not put two or three nonsense posts, she blogged posts with decent length, and relevance to the topic. Lastly, it seems that she doesn’t care what people think of her, and she will say what she wants on her blog, as long it is appropriate of course.) You should go visit Marsadie’s blog, I think you will really enjoy reading her blog, just like I did! One thing that I remember from her blog is that she likes bunnies.
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~Abbey’s Blog(Jazzing up eight Grade)
Here is a post about internet travel-
Miss W linked to a website offering this prompt. (My response is inserted in italics)
The best thing I can do for the world is be everyone’s best friend.
Another site she gave us offered 8 blogging commandments to follow. After reading them, I’ve decided to create my blogging commandments.
Safety is probably the most important thing on a blog. You should always be careful what you mention- no last names, addresses, phone numbers, etc.
Always reread posts and comments to make sure that you are posting your best work. Grammar, punctuation, and spelling are all important!
3. Have fun!
Blogging is all about your voice and being creative. The more fun you have with your blog, the more interesting your blog will become.