My favorite project is my Spark page. Finally, finally, I was able to get out my thoughts, to write down how I felt about all of this. I got to share my story, my first marathon experience fresh off the race, which was really why I decided to do my project on running in the first place. Maybe that's self-centered, maybe it isn't--all I know is that writing that Spark page took me about 10 minutes, and I couldn't imagine a medium more perfectly suited for that narrative. One long, continuous scroll? The similarities between that and a marathon seemed uncanny to me, so I just typed. My only trouble with the Spark page was the issue of adding pictures: should I, or shouldn't I? On the one hand, it was a cool narrative that didn't necessarily need to be broken up with pictures, but on the other hand...it was a long narrative that perhaps should be broken up with pictures. It was funny to see that the class was just as undecided as I was.