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    Little Agnus

    Agnus was born and raised in Tombstone, Arizona. Her mother didn’t work much growing up, she just kind of helped around town and her father was the most popular cowboy in town. He was like the head honcho of Tombstone. She grew up playing in the mud and being tackled by her two older brothers. … Continue reading Little Agnus
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    This assignment was hard. 10 seconds to give all your thanks? There’s not enough time in a day to possibly do that. I had my friends time me and I wrote down the first couple things that came to my mind in this short time. They ended up being cliché answers, but I thought to … Continue reading Thankyou
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    Take me there

    If I had an unlimited amount of money and was able to travel anywhere in the world, my first stops would be Fiji and Greece. Ever since I watched the movie, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants I have dreamed of roaming the streets of Santorini. I have never seen an ugly view of Greece, … Continue reading Take me there
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    Here is two pictures that represent me the most. I was born and raised at the beach and playing field hockey has always been a huge part of my life.   My name is Jenna Steele and this will be my twitter page for all things related to #ds106 — Jenna Steele (@jsteele_ds106) January 12, … Continue reading Introductions
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    This is a blog post. Blog posts can be journal entries, reflections, a piece feature piece, a short argumentative piece, an analysis, a small photo gallery, and much more. Blog posts by default can be categorized and tagged, meaning they can have taxonomy assigned to them. Using categories and tags will keep your blog posts … Continue reading Example Blog Post

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