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March 26, 2014
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There’s a piece of me that will always like that top picture the best. Things were simpler back then – art and life aren’t so neatly calculated.
I love the circles, I love that there’s a murder in the word problems, I love the arms with coffee shot. Thanks for bringing a little more love to my day.
The colors in 4 are intriguing to me. I like the circles as well. The c stitch is coming along well. I didn’t know there was a name for the law of cooling :)
Stitching and sketching, teaching and photographing… your interests and abilities inspire me to keep searching. Thank you for sharing ~
Am still loving the math problem. So satisfying to be solving a murder crime in your lessons.
The multitudes of stitches are bearing fruit I see – can’t wait to see it finished!
I like the last picture, what is it? And what the heck is that math? If you had a colored pen I’d think you were grading so I think that’s your test. But the answers are written with a marker which means you don’t expect to erase anything which indicates this is something simple for you. Ergo, I am confused by what it all means.
> A murder was committed.
That is a great test problem. I wish your pen didn’t obscure the rest of the test. Can you email me a pdf of the problems so I can tackle them? Please?
I would also like to know what kind of pen that is if you don’t mind and please accept my compliments on your pretty handwriting. I especially like how you make k’s and parentheses.
Keep up the good work. It’s so enjoyable to look in on your blog and to see your projects progressing. I wish I was better at Calculus than I turned out to be. Having a great teacher truly makes a difference.
I hope your students appreciate you.
Operation Blackify is almost done!
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