Feelings and Coop-eration

Building the chicken coops has been an amazing experience, but everything eventually comes to an end, and now it’s time for us to start to move on to new things. We have decided to keep the large mansion coop at our school, and I think it’s a perfect choice. I can’t wait till we actually have chickens living there (I’m still voting for the fluffy chickens).

I know this has been said before, but I’m extremely proud of all the progress and determination our class has put into these coops since the beginning of the year. I’m aware of the fact that I’m really quiet and shy, but I am really proud, and happy to be in such an awesome class. This year has been really tough on me, never the less I couldn’t see myself without MSEL. Earlier today I was taking to my friend, Khanh, about how interesting it would be if we could restart our junior year, and change certain things based on what we know now. If that were to happen, it sure would be easier to make it through the year (and I would probably have a better grade), but I’m really glad things turned out the way they did. For me personally I’ve changed dramatically throughout the semester, and I think I owe part of that to this engineering class and MSEL.
The past few days we’ve done quite a bit of spring cleaning, and we are now learning how to use the program Inventor. I really, really like 3D modeling and have done a lot of more artistic modeling, especially on mudbox by autodesk. I can confirm it gets 100% easier once you get the hang of an autodesk program, learn a few shortcuts, and basics. I made a bear last class. Oh, and also I can’t bear to add one last pun.


  1. The mansion coop is definitely a good choice. Although rather large, the style and look of it fits the garden perfectly. I’m stunned at our surprising ability to turn a simple pile of lumber into these magnificent chicken coops – it is a prime example of what student are capable of if they really focus.

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