The pain and suffering is finally over and put into a three-ring binder.
This might be go down as one of the greatest moments in Ducks history
In Teemu Selanne’s last game ever of the regular season, he went over and grabbed long time teammate and ducks legend, J.S. Giguere (Who is contemplating and will possibly retire as well at the end of the season) and together they did one final lap around honda center.
I finished my third annotation. Like I said for my second one, I really liked my quote and was able to talk about different aspects of Faulkner’s writing easier than I could with the previous two annotations. I actually found myself kind of enjoying reading into what Faulkner was trying to say and how he wanted to say it. Doing these annotations also helped me to better understand my book and figure out more deeper meaning to it as well.
My second annotation felt like it went a lot smoother than the first one, and even the abstracts I wrote. I had more of a sense of direction, like I said previously, after talking with Krienbring and it was easier for me to pick where I needed to expand on different themes and develop my analysis. It also helps that I had, in my opinion, a very strong section to annotate.
I finished editing my first annotation. After taking with Krienbring, I felt more confidant on what I was writing about and had a better sense of direction. However, I still feel like I messed up this annotation. Maybe it’s the quote I picked but this one went pretty rough. I seemed to keep going back and repeating myself, but I edited that out. It just didn’t feel like it flowed together very well. I could be wrong, but this one was sketchy at best.