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Welcome to my blog readers and today we’re going to be talking about hockey! Hockey is a sport I’m really passionate about and I’ll tell you why. This way you can get to know me and my passions even better, so let’s begin!

There are a few things you should definitely know about hockey. Like a few of the terms, so let’s start with that. First term you should know is “draw” which is another word for face off in hockey. Second term you should know is “assist” which means a pass that leads to a goal. You gave someone an assist meaning you helped them score. Third term you should know is “pulling the goalie” this means that the team pulls their goalie from the ice. Switches the goalie with a skater so they can have more offensive attack to get a better chance to score.


Now that you know a few terms, let’s talk about some hockey history. There are actually various forms of hockey known by Persians, Egyptians, Arabs, Romans and so on. Because this game has been played all over the world, it doesn’t mean it’s been in the same form. Different cultures can suit the game to their people, making it more fit for their culture. Hockey is one of the earliest stick and ball games known to man kind. Definitely has grown through the years to becoming what it is today.

Since I’ve talked about hockey a little bit, let me tell you why it’s important to me. I used to play ice hockey when I was a kid, stopping in 5th grade. It’s really a game that you can’t play half way, when you play, you play with you’re whole heart. The game sucks you into this mindset making you’re team you’re family and scoring goals into life goals. When I played hockey it made me into a better version of myself. It’s a really special sport that includes using you’re heart and mind all at once. Gets you’re adrenaline going and a great way to exercise just as a plus. I really encourage everyone to at least try some form of hockey growing up. It can really be a game changer and affect you as a person yourself.

Mac And Cheese-Off Reflection

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This post is about a project that I’m proud of from my quarter 1 class. So I’m going to talk about my Mac and Cheese-Off Reflection. 

To start off with, I’m writing about this reflection project because I felt I did very well on it. Being able to put the reader in my eyes of how the cooking went. Also being able to talk about how we cooked the mac and cheese was enjoyable because I got creative. I liked writing about something I enjoyed doing with other people. What I’d do differently when if ever cooking it again. Or how do I think the cooking went with my group, are just great questions to be asked. We made a very delicious Mac and cheese. In my reflection I was also asked, was what challenges I faced and how the recipe turned out. All amazing but simple questions that I was able to answer very clearly. On this project reflection I got an 7/8 which I am very proud of.

Commenting Guidelines

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Hey everyone, it’s Jayden! Back here on this blog to talk about commenting guidelines. Commenting guidelines are important because they can keep a blog a safe place for the community. Also a better way to share ideas online while having fun and being safe. So let’s get started! 

First commenting guideline I want to talk about is keeping you’re comments short! 

– There’s really no need to be writing long, large comments on this blog. Simplicity is key to keeping a safe place online. Where we can all express each other and have a chance to be seen. This way I can go through all the comments you all are writing to me. Still be able to accept or respond to you’re comments/questions, here on my blog.

Second commenting guideline I wanna talk about is spamming! 

– Spamming is an important commenting guideline because it tends to get out of hand. Once again simplicity is key to keeping a safe online environment. Spamming can also seem very offensive if not done carefully so best to avoid it in general. Even spamming positive comments isn’t really ideal so let’s just stay away from spamming all together.

Next commenting guideline I’m going to talk about is being thoughtful about everyone’s work!

– When theres commenting, that means that everyone’s personal opinions is shared publicly. So we need to keep in mind that not everyone’s opinion will be anything like yours. Being respectful to others is very important on this blog. Anything other than thoughtful comments will not be tolerated because this is a safe positive environment.

Last commenting guideline is about me, how you should be thinking about what you say when it comes to my work! 

– Blogging isn’t easy, when putting stuff publicly in the open is difficult. It’s difficult because not everyone keeps in mind how much work I am putting into this blog. So I want everyone to be respectful towards what I post and to be positive to one another’s work in general.

So for example if I was posting about me snowboarding. An example of a positive, safe comment could be:

“Hey Jayden! I really like you’re post about you snowboarding. It seems like a really cool sport and I would love to be reading more, about you’re personal snowboarding experiences. Thanks!”

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