|Plant with a view|
My students assumed the term 'teenager' was more of a mental than a numeric reference. Not completely wrong.
Thomas Hardy...where have you been all my life?
If you eat even one single oreo, right before you fall down from a slide and need stitches, you will have to wait five hours before getting the general anesthesia for surgery (Eliot).
Kindergarteners cooking in class: it's all fun and games until someone gets salmonella. And needs to be hospitalized with severe dehydration (Eliot, again).
My husband is a better cook than I am (just wondering why he waited 14 years to prove it...)
After a life-long rejection of fantasy books, I finally succumbed and read one of Alexander's Christmas presents: Eragon...who knew?
Eliot prefaces most of her questions with: "In real life?" which leads me to suspect she's living in a parallel universe.
Changing schools has in no way influenced the amount of time Alexander dedicates to homework.
Gardening is possible even in a high rise Singapore condo (see photo).