The Challenge winners will be posted here two weeks after entries close for each topic, and the Highest Ranked entries will be posted sometime later that day or the next.
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This quarter has been incredible, and this week's winners are no exception. Well done to all our winners!
The pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words being there, written in invisible ink and clamoring to become visible. ~Vladimir Nabakov
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Never assume anything! (A lesson I have to learn over and over).
Yesterday, I did not look at the winners list(busy and thought I'd wait for the top 40 (30) ; was sure that poem wouldn't be there either).
I'm shocked at 4th place! After all these FW years, a placement still amazes me.
To answer about the racing metaphor... I live a few miles from the Bristol Speedway where every March and August there are at least a bazillion NASCAR fans here. At Christmas, regular folks with regular vehicles can drive a lap (slowly) and see the charming lights display (that has nothing to do with racing, just a side note of interest).
Congratulations to all. The competition on here is getting fierce. I've never seen so many excellent writers in one place! Y'all are really somethin' (as Andy Taylor says).
Special Congratulations to June Dickie!
I just realized (unless I'm wrong) that June is the only Advanced Level among all Masters in the top 10!
"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."
Started my very long journey May 29th 2012 toward continued education.
Destination: Doctor of Psychology.
You're quite right. June was the only non-Level 4 winner in the top 10. Good on her!
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