1. Ooh, that Scholastic retreat looks fantastic. I bet I can comment on 60 blogs this weekend.
2. Interesting title...funny description...oh, I like her work...click, click, click.
3. That's 20 posts picked. I'll keep them all open on these tabs and close them as I comment to keep track.
4. Whoops! Running late. I'd better get the kids up for the day.
5. Okay, now I'm settled down in the library and I'll comment on another 20 blogs. Click, click, click...
6. What?!? Why won't it let me comment? Must be something about the library computers or Wordpress or something. I'll have to do this at home. I guess I can use this time to write my own post instead.
7. OKAY. Trying again. Back to picking out 20 interesting sounding blogs.
8. Hm. I must be good at picking them, because I've had something to say about every single one of these posts. I was prepared to choose new ones for each one I read and could only say, "That's nice," about.
9. 40 posts commented on for my first day! AND I wrote my own post!
10. There are a lot of good ideas for quick posts and fun formats. Glad I've been writing them down.
11. There are also a lot of blogs that look like fantastic teaching blogs. Hope I remembered to follow or or bookmark them all.
12. SUNDAY. Only 20 posts to go. This should be pretty quick.
13. Let me follow this link and see what she's talking about...
14. Oh, I should probably follow this guy on Twitter too.
15. Oh, I haven't heard of that book; I'll go add it to Goodreads.
16. Wait, where was I?
17. I suck. Why are all these people better teachers than I am?
18. Let me research Teachers Reading and Writing Project. Could I take that much time out and get myself all the way to New York? Hmmm.
19. This challenge is a writing challenge, but I'm learning so much about teaching and getting so many resources for developing my work in the classroom. That's actually kind of cool.
20. I DID IT! Commented on 60 blogs over two days. I think my brain is bigger now.