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Welcome to Digital Bonnie

I was so ready for a brand new blog.  You might be my very first visitor and if that’s the case, I hope you come back often and leave a comment for me.

I am the lover of Tuvia, the daughter of great parents: Edie and Herb. I am the sister of Rick and Jeff and there’s so much more.  I will share more after another cup of coffee.  I’ve been up way too long so I need more energy to continue here 🙂 I promise, I’ll be back.

5 thoughts

  1. Hi, Bonnie,
    This is Keong Ku who you met at Digital Literacy last week. I would like to tell you that it was very nice to meet you at the workshop and I was pleased when you first suggested me to walk to the dorm together. On the last day, Friday at the workshop, I was looking for you to say “bye and see you next year at ISTE conference”, but I couldn’t find you anywhere during the lunch time. Anyway, very nice to meeting you and keep in touch, Keong. (I am not sure if it is okay to leave a personal message here. But, I can’t find your contact information).

    • HI Keong it was nice meeting you too. Sorry we didn’t get to say goodbye but I had to leave early on Friday to avoid crazy weekend traffic.
      Thanks for finding me.

  2. Hi Bonnie,
    Thanks for making the video of Slicers’ writing spaces. I just wanted to alert you to the fact that my name is “Melanie,” not “Maria.” You don’t need to change the video because it’s not a big deal, but you might like to let Stacey and the other “Two Writing Teachers” know. I don’t know if it’s a big deal or not. I’ll try to get in touch with them, too. Once again, nice video.

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