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Hello,! Welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. You may benefit from following some of the links below, which will help you get the most out of Wikipedia. If you have any questions you can ask me on my talk page, or place {{helpme}} on your talk page and ask your question there. Please remember to sign your name on talk pages by clicking or by typing four tildes "~~~~"; this will automatically produce your name and the date. If you are already excited about Wikipedia, you might want to consider being "adopted" by a more experienced editor or joining a WikiProject to collaborate with others in creating and improving articles of your interest. Click here for a directory of all the WikiProjects. Finally, please do your best to always fill in the edit summary field when making edits to pages. Happy editing! Dawnseeker2000 19:12, 13 October 2017 (UTC)
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There are a couple of different ways to communicate here. You've got the edit summary down, and thank you for being so verbose in your communications. That is tremendously helpful here in this convoluted and fast moving project. The next place that you will probably find helpful are the talk pages. Every article has (or should have) one and each user has one. As far as referencing goes, there's a good description of how to do it at WP:REFB. As you can see, there are millions of articles here, but there are far more talk pages and other administrative pages that deal with how things are done around here. Thanks again and good luck! Dawnseeker2000 19:16, 13 October 2017 (UTC)

Hi mate, thanks for getting back Mr or Ms or Miss or Mrs or just plain Dawnseeker2000. I have no idea what I am doing at this point and can only hope that you will get to see what I write here. Crikey, it took me forever to navigate to this particular page. I was thinking great message, I so appreciate it, but how do I respond and express that appreciation. My fingers are crossed, well not really as I wouldn't be able to type. Like I said I like the English language, I like to write. I didn't do great at school as a youngster but the gift was there anyway, it is a gift. I went back to school around 30 years ago and got the then certificates for High School, did well in English but confess to being a little glib about it all but did still manage to be in the top 13 percent in my country I got an A!, it goes down to A4 then B1 etc. I wrote my Romeo and Juliet the night before it was due,scored the highest in the class for it, two reasons, I seem to write better under pressure, and well I'd say a person of words such as yourself would be thinking 'think I can safely guess the main reason, gentleman by the name of Willy Wobblearrow [to his mates]. William Shakespeare! Awwww such such I'm still looking for the word, its not perfect you only get that in the Olympics, I'll always remember the Los Angeles Olympics, they were giving out so many 10's that the joke was 'did you hear there was a 6.2 earthquake this morning but the judges rolled over and gave it a 10. No, nothing is perfect, but good news, we are not perfect either so when we hear the Bards words extolled aloud we are allowed to be swayed by a suggestion of perfection, that'll do me! Romeo and Juliet will always be my favourite because like all virginal experiences the first impression can never be surpassed. I say that with the greatest yet tender respect of a language and it's joy filled ability to live out loud! Shakespeare while speaking the Queens own gave the world a new language that still, this very day we continue to unravel every time an actor [actors] step on a stage and open their mouth or a word bursts forth from an open book, and I could go on and on but least I tire or bore you it is time to dive into the hay.

Couldn't get him at first, no, was beyond me, didn't really care but English teachers are pretty insistent when it comes to billy. A morman woman in my class made a book reading, essay writing, poem woeing [not sure that's a word], but I'm keeping it in good faith for now, closet moron that I am. She says to me, go to the Public Library, get a record version [LP like record] ye ole 33rpm. Why not says I, nothing to loose, just the whole ball game! Mormon lady says, be sure to read the script as you listen to the play, it'll bring it alive for you, that was true, it birthed a love an appreciation of words the like I had ever known, the record, the book, they both had me at Two Houses [...]. Time for bed, day time here, been up all night! Yeah to wanting a mentor, I'm not afraid of a fair honest critique. Thank you again.—

Another way is to hit the "talk" link next to an editor's signature. That will bring you to their talk page. Another good thing is to actually get an account, rather than editing as an "ip". Onel5969 TT me 23:33, 13 October 2017 (UTC)