Glasses still AWOL.
Glasses still AWOL.
This guy looks a lot like sionainn's Zeus, only with a little more cattitude.
Went to school. No actual class this morning, just lab time. Yay Burns!
Came home. Note: I believe in angels now.
Much car stress followed. votania is a nervous wreck this week. Therefore, I am picking up on that when she's around. Ow. Hurts the brain.
Worked Little Fayoumis through his homework. Am patiently and quietly reminding him to apply the skills he's learning, and I am hoping that they will soon become automatic. He's whizzing through the math things. I need to make up a chart of simple math problems so that he can start memorizing them. Checked them before he colored them, and checked them again after he colored them.
Then he had lunch, and dessert, and now he's playing Spyhunter. Again.
Evidently today was a good day at school.
My fiancee and I always used to remember your birthday; she snidely called you "Daddy's little tax exemption" for the timing.
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Populace: the people in general. The populace seems to find American Idol entertaining.
These words are not the same. They are homophones. They sound the same (at least in my accent). They are not spelled the same, and they should not be used the same.
Thou: archaic intimate form of "you". Thou art my beloved. Thy eyes are the sky reflected in smoky quartz. When I see thee, my heart explodes.
Though: short form of "although". Though the weather was bad, we still managed to enjoy the game.
Both used properly together: Though my father was Quaker, he did not insist that we use "thou" and "thee" instead of "you", though he did insist that we always say "yes" instead of "yeah".
The first consciously maintains a hands-off stance, while the second can't be bothered to pay to intervene.
Mama used to employ fabric and contact paper to cover up the nasty picture (though we got ours new) and after the school year was over, we would use them to hold art supplies, snacks, and toys for car trips and trips here and there.
I think it's a tradition worth continuing, and much better than having Little Fayoumis haul his backpack everywhere.
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Demland's freaking that we haven't been taught all of this shit.
We have not had the connection between the bits and bytes and how it applies.