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    3:28 PM, Monday April 22nd 2024

    Thank you so much for critiquing my work! I will continue to work hard for the course next step!

    Not gonna lie after 200 boxes I was so done with this exercise lol

    12:02 AM, Thursday March 28th 2024

    Thank you so much for your critique! I'm doing the 250 box challenge, and I think my perspective have improved!

    Sorry for the yellow lines my black fine liner was empty lol.

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