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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Purple (11/05/09)

TITLE: Purple State
By Clarence Cochran
11/06/09


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I live in a state of recovery, I am constantly recovering from something.Purple in this state is a sign of strength,as in no other state I now of. If you could see us when we are in this state you would under stand that it is because of the state we are in at this time. To recover from this state one must venture in ,and take the chance of getting lost in what might happen to you when in this state. There is no small form of this state , but it is said, to be some what wild when you are at this stage of this wonderful state . If you haven't ever been in the state of Kansas then you would not under stand that purple stands for a very great strength in our state ,and yes I am in the state of Kansas ,no other state is there where you can see from one side to the other ,just kidding . Go purple wildcats.


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Aaron Morrow11/12/09
Definitely on topic.

I found this entry a little confusing because of the intro which led me to expect a journal entry from someone recovering from an addiction. As a 'cats fan myself (Go K-State!), I would have really loved to see this entry expanded into an ode from a rabid fan which somehow connects to a message about our faith.

Be careful about spacing and grammar as there were some misses there...but keep on writing, and for heavens sake, if you are writing about something you love then go all out in giving the reader a reason to love them too.

Blessings!!
Laury Hubrich 11/12/09
I've never been to Kansas. Thank you for sharing.
Barbara Lynn Culler11/12/09
I was also very confused, and stumbled on typos and grammer errors.
Katherine Douglas11/13/09
hmmmm....curious????
Laura Manley11/13/09
I think you have it in you to embellish this story to the point of interest and desire of your audience to learn more about Kansas and the Wildcats! Perhaps you could rewrite it and submit it to the Circle Challenge(?)for review. We all have a 750 word limit so I would like to have seen you use more of them. Keep writing!