As I sit here with a blank, white screen before me, I realize I don't have much to report. The Planet continues to spin. Laundry is done. Floors are scrubbed. Fractions are taught. But do you really what to read about the cleaning of the cat box?
I think not.
I could tell you that the garden has been planted. Only, I'm not certain what was planted, as it was a CFO orchestrated job. So, I'll just tell you that I'm grateful I didn't have to do it!
I could tell you of my quest to buy decimal cubes. I have fraction cubes, and I love them. I hope to get my decimal cubes soon! I am delaying my lesson on decimals until they arrive, so we'll leave it for another post, shall we?
(I'm excited about decimal cubes. Has it come to this?)
I went to Wal-Mart this morning. There were no announcements asking people to please stop their children from running, no screaming hysterics in Español, no one arrested in the parking lot. It was sadly lacking in spice. I was a little disappointed, truth to tell.
It's quite obvious to me that my life is on the dull side at the moment.
I think I'll go grab a book, stretch out on the sofa and enjoy my nothingness.
I'll get back to you when something blows up. Dull never lasts long in this house.
Should Sal take Algebra II next year or Geometry? A friend who is a high-school math teacher recommends the continuity of Algebra II, but Geometry will be on the dreaded standardized test he will need to take to get into the local community college's Dual Enrollment program.