February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
Stalling – a skill that will become handy as he grows up.
I don’t remember learning how to subtract until I was in 3rd grade.
i thought that too but x=sqrt of z
I remember my Dad trying to teach me subtraction, he did it backward and I couldn’t figure out how to do it his way. When I did learn his way the nuns a school had a fit! Sister Mary Vincent sent him a note asking him not to teach me anymore.
I think, there is someone who always again saves his days!!Once in school I should do a test in Physics, I hadn’t learned much and knew nothing. On the way to the classroom I met the music teacher, she said to me, the flowers are dry, if I would be so nice and give them water. Oh, I was happy, I watered the flowers for one hour, the bell rang, the phisics lesson and the test were gone! And the flowers swam in water!!
“Zok death sloop” is a great phrase.
Stranded in the desert w destroyed spaceship. Hollow victory.
Happy Mother’s Day………
I hate it when a pop-up add jumps in front of the cartoon, and I can’t read the cartoon.
Really, Calvin, if you think that was bad, just wait until you start getting into that new math.
Today there are calculators and computers but the kiddies need to know how to add, subtract and divide. At work I use a calculator and computer. Once in awhile I have to add numbers and come up with the answer. In school I was able to add quicker.
If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with – um – procrastination. Yeah, procrastination.
I have trouble with my eyes, so I always use the magnifier. But, in this case, that *&%@ ad covers the image.
September 25, 2019