Friday, September 17, 2010

Everyone in Bedford, KY seems to be sick. I am hoping it will all end soon, before the sickness tries to come my way. As far as the blog posts go: I have had a few responses on some, and none on others. I enjoy reading any responses that I get, but do not get upset if noone responds. However, no I do not plan on continuing to blog after this course. I have enjoyed doing it for this class though. It has been a simple and easy way to earn some points for a grade. It was nice to finally have a break in a class.


  1. Hey, I hope that the sickness you are talking about doesn't make it your way! And I agree with you about the blog post on some I have had a couple and on other I have had none. And I feel the same way you do it doesn't matter rather people respond to them really or not. I just like that we can kind of vent on these things and if someone does happen to read it they give their advice and you never know it may help. I am sorry to hear though that your not going to continue this blog after the class is over. I do have to agree that it was an easy way to get some points plus a nice break finally for a class to get some easy points but I found it as more than that, I found it more as a stress reliever and a way to get to know my class mates and things they were going through to know I wasn't feeling alone in this process. But I wish you the best of luck on your final draft of your paper I can't wait to read it.

  2. Jamie - I hear so many people talk about getting some, but not many, blog comments. Why do you think students don't comment more? What do you think would prompt more comments?

  3. Well, this might not be the answer you are looking for, but it is my honest opinion, and I may be wrong... I notice that it always seems to be the same people to make comment. Therefore I kind of think the rest are just posting their blog to get the grade and could care less about reading or responding. Since it is an option, they opted not to.