I am in the beginning stages of re-designing my website. Because I was so excited when I created my website, I asked my mom for a page where I could leave me thoughts. With redoing my site, I have decided that my site speaks for it's self and I am removing the "My thoughts"pages. Any comments that were left on that page by accident I have copied and pasted here so not to hurt anyone's feelings.No comments have been changed.

Tauna Quimby                                                                                                                                                             05/02/2011 09:22:05

Great tips & a very nicely laid out site. Way to go!
  Jennifer Chappell                                                                                                                                                       05/05/2011 09:34:10

What a great site! We are with Brownie troop 50390 in Columbus, Georgia.
  Lynn Fix                                                                                                                                                                    05/09/2011 12:50:15

I am a Girl Scout Daisy Troop Leader 8836 - 1st grade and Kindergarten Daisy Troops This was fabulous We are from Breese IL.
  frances h.                                                                                                                                                                 05/21/2011 18:19:37

You did a fabulous job and should be very proud of yourself!
Southlake, Texas
  Janet L                                                                                                                                                                      05/24/2011 17:13:12

All I can say is WoW about your WOW! web site. You are quite a leader! You give such good information about saving water and it looks like you really enjoyed your leadership journey. Keep up the good work. I am writing from Girl Scout headquarters in New York City.
  ResourceQueen                                                                                                                                                          05/30/2011 19:38:50

Girl Scout Leader in Little Elm, TX
Great job, I'll share your site here. We'll use it when we do the WOW journey again.

  Missy, Girl Scout Brownie/Junior Leader                                                                                                                      08/15/2011 14:15:19

Congratulations on a very impressive project! I can see the hours and hours you have put into this with the research, posters, pictures and information! You have done a fantastic job!
Again, congrats!!!
Melissa Yrigoyen

(melissa@jvcom.com) 09/30/2011 19:08:45

You should be very proud of the work you have done on your WOW journey. I am a Leader of 3rd grade scouts and I cannot wait to show them your site! My prediction is, someday you will get your Gold Award. Just keep plugging away and making new friends.
Melissa Yrigoyen
Troop 1842

Patriot Trailblazer
11/16/2011 08:33:53 pm

Excellent! A trailblazer is someone who is boundless and desires to carve out new territory's like Lewis and Clark. It's women like , Harriet Tubman, Helen Keller, Sacagawea, Dolly Madison, and let's not forget Annie Peck of Rhode Island who have contributed to America and her people. Annie Peck was one of the very first women to ever become a college professor. Can't imagine the brick walls she hit, but it didn't stop her so she learned to climb over them. She didn't let the mountains of New England, Mexico, California or Europe stop her! No! Not at all! She became only the 3rd woman to climb the Matterhorn in Switzerland, of all places. She was expected to have a dress on at all times but she defied common logic for a woman and wore pants. The mocking she got by other women did not stop her! Oh! No! She forged on to conquer the Huascaran in the Andes Mountains of Peru! More then 22,000 feet above sea level this native Rhode Islander scaled the highest mountain in North and South America! She didn't attempt it just once either! She wrestled that mountain five times in the worst conditions! Later, after all the mocking she went on to take pictures of the mountains and write guide books for travelers. For her determination she was honored by the Lima Geographic Society in 1928, because they saw that she should have the North Peak of Mount Huascaran named Ana Peck Peak, much to her mockers shock! She became a member of the Society's of Women Geographers and Great Britian's Royal Geographic Society. She lived to the great old age of 84! Full of more wisdom then most of us can even imagine! How dare women in the year of 2011 dumb down girls and mock them for reaching beyond the ordinary concepts of ordinary women. Don't let your fire be distinguished young lady! Don't let your dreams die down! Surge ahead of contemporaries! Be bold! Be strong! Be Motivated! Be Tireless! Driven to Success! Be YOU!!!

Jillian Roode
5/4/2012 06:23:16 am

Great job Zoee you did a fantastic job!


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