So far on my 20% project, I honestly haven't really done much with it. I haven't added any pictures up to my gallery. I'm kinda thinking of making a gallery on an album so that people can be able to see it when I present my 20% project, but I'm still not quite sure.I have taken a few pictures but I haven't uploaded them, I'm hoping that during spring break I'll be able to a few more pictures up my website.
Today, what I plan to do on my 20% project today is to keep on adding a few more pictures on my website. I also plan on taking a few more pictures during this week. I want to take other kinds of pictures, other then outside my house. I hope to have 20 pictures by the end of this week.
Since the last time I blogged I hadn't started with my new project which was switching to photography. So at this moment, that furthest I gotten in my new project was making an website and setting it up. Right now, so far what I added on my website are a few picture.
100 W. Farmland Ave Merced, CA 95358
February 28, 2014
Mrs. Tina Spurlock
20 % project
100 W. Farmland Ave Merced, CA 95358
I am writing this letter to thank you for being my mentor. I really appreciate all the time and effort that you have given me to make my 20% project possible. You’ve been able to assist me, in every single way. You have been the first person I’ve been able to turn to when I had an issue.
I would also like to thank you for all your time you have provided for me. Your patience has been really appreciated. The time that you given me has been very helpful for me, to make my project possible. My project might has not been the most successful project yet, but with your help it has been able to improve.
Your guidance probably has been the most important thing to me. You guided me in the right way and my project has been able to improve with your help, which I am really thankful for. I have appreciated all your hard work and guidance, and I’m hoping our hard work pays off.
I have changed my 20% project to photography because my animal abuse project wasn't turning out so great. Now I am focusing on my new project where I have been taking tons of pictures. What I plan to do with this project is to make some some sort of gallery, where anyone will be able to see them. I am super excited in starting this project and I am so looking forward to it.
Today for my 20% project I talked to my teacher about changing my project to photography. I'm excited to start on it and I already a few pictures about. I hope it'll be more successful, than the animal abuse project.
Today I plan to talk to my teacher about switching projects to a different subject because none of the clinics I email respond back to me. I been emailing different clinics for a while now, and no one has answered me. What I am planing to do now is make a photo gallery of some sort. I already have a few pictures that I like for my gallery. I'm excited to start but scared that I won't find anyone to mentor me again.
I sent an email to the SPCA here in town and I still haven't gotten a response. I am very frustrated with this. Every email that I sent I have gotten no response. I am still continuing to work on my website but now I'm not so sure on what to put. I plan on adding a few pictures of animals. I've also thought of going to the clinics to talk to someone about animal abuse, and maybe be able take a few pictures.
My goal for this week is to work more on my animal abuse website, to provide ways to help/prevent animal abuse. I would also like to communicate with my mentor and talk about other ways to help prevent animal cruelty. So far on my website, I have added videos about animal rescues. I'm trying to think of other things to add on my website, and I'm very excited to continuing on this project.
I finally found a mentor, and I plan to meet up with her to discuss my website. I hope she can help me provide the necessary things I need for my website. I am very thankful to her, because it's been months since I've been trying to locate a mentor. I am looking forward to working with her, and to find a way to help prevent animal abuse.