So over break I didn't work on coding much at all because I didn't feel like typing my hair out in frustration. Instead, I thought about what I am gonna say when I have to talk to my class about my project. If I talk about coding, it is going to be a really dry talk. Also, that isn't what our talk is supposed to be about. The biggest problem I had and still have is finding a unique deeper meaning to my project. The topics I have come up with so far are you have to enjoy something to be motivated to do it and with that motivation you will do it well, and the other one is you have to try something out before you say whether you like it or not. Unfortunately, these are pretty common ideas. How long have adults been telling kids to try something and see if they like it? Forever. So I am at a loss of what I consider to be a TED worthy topic. I would like to speak at the event because I am pretty good at it. I talk more than I care to admit. Hopefully, I will continue to think of new topics, and refine the ones I have.