I was teaching a “balls and tracks” program today to a class of 2nd graders, and one of the kids asked if they were allowed to draw blueprints–that was her word, “blueprints.” I said sure, and got her a pencil and paper. Here is her work.
All I can say is, I’m glad this horror show really won’t affect me.
As always, Gandalf is grace and dignity personified.
I had a meeting at the Photonics Center at Boston University today. The meeting was in what appeared to be a study room, and there were lots of notes and scribbles on the board.
Every time I walk by this table at work, I do a double take–I always think that the bottle of flavored syrup is some kind of booze. Now, I’m pretty sure that same bottle has been there for years, so for all I know, it is booze by now, but that’s not the point I’m trying to make here.
No, they’re not body bags. There was a fire alarm at work today; we keep these bags of “space blankets” in the fire exit stairwells for giving to visitors who don’t have coats with them. Which was a lot of kids today. They’re a good thing to have, but are a pain to refold and stuff back into these bags.
Yes, it’s been 6 months.
Doug and I keep these magnetic markers on our white board, and the magets aren’t very strong, so the markers slide down a lot, and sometimes wind up on each other.
The Great Earring Experiment continues….
This is Dug. He’s an armadillo. And that’s not a typo…it’s not “Doug.” He’s called Dug because armadillos like to dig. And their armored heads make it easy to push their way out of any container. Dug is cuddly, and he loves to have his belly rubbed, which is very different from the Doug I know.
When to a new tepanyaki style Japanese restaurant with Rachel and Fred. ‘Twas lots of fun and very tasty!