Remember, kids, when describing a correlation, be sure to include strength and direction.
To be honest, I had forgotten I had this crappy old book. It is shelved behind glass in the treasure chest bookshelf. Had you asked, I would easily pointed to all of Aunt Margaret’s books in the treasure chest. I’d just forgotten the title– which is one reason I do a once a year hands-on
The days of the cave man have passed. Physical strength no longer gives prowess to the individual. What the twentieth century demands is the trained intellect. The man who knows is the man of the hour. The Standard Question Book and Home Study Outlines, The Frontier Press Company, Buffalo, New York. 1919. This is the
or Why it Pays to Have a Fit I told Missy the other day that pretty much everything begins in the middle of things and this story certainly does. I happened to be outside when I saw the trash truck coming up the driveway. Stopped. Started backing up. I am in no better mood than
Mr. Big Food brought me my coffee this morning and returned to the kitchen for some breakfast and his work-morning interaction with Joel. I heard him yelling “No!” at Joel and then he popped his head back in the bedroom door and said, “It’s going to snow tomorrow.” I made my way to a second
See on Gab √* Collect rain water | 250 gal industrial strength barrel sitting right over there collecting free water that falls from the sky. √ Go fishing | 5 acre lake just a short walk from my desk. Dogs love it. √ Own a property | 60 acres. Granted we pay property taxes (though
Teacher’s Manual for We Look Around Us, C.W. Hunnicutt and Jean D. Grambs (The L.W. Singer Company, Syracuse, 1963.) I would be TJ. And I would find a way to get that Bastard Son of a Jamaican Whore out of the picture. But that’s just me. Also– how is Pocahontas a Great American? Glad to