<![CDATA[I loved my birthday wishes this year! Thanks to Shelly Terrell who was the instigator, my PLN gave me this wonderful memory of this special birthday.
I was so thrilled at your words, music, images and thoughts that I wanted to save them all here and come back and look at them all again and again. Thank you all so very much, my Twitter friends. You made me very very happy.
Thank you to my Facebook friends, too, whose wishes I could not show here but which I have also saved and will treasure as a bright, bright memory!
Thank you all!
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And while you’re at it, of course, do have a look at this wonderful tool, the Wallwisher, which is so versatile and can be used for a class event, a class project apart from making someone’s birthday very special!
Here is another example of a Wallwisher I created after a talk to allow participants to access some of the tools I used.
And here is one more, which I would like you to visit and add ideas on how you could use wallwishers with your classes!
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