It seemed like only a few weeks ago I was dropping out little guy off for his first-ever day of pre-k and yet, inexplicably, ten months passed in the blink of an eye and there we were, sitting in the seats as he and his classmates, received a certificate that said they were kindergarten-bound.
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When is a door not a door?
That title totally sounds like something out of an episode of the 1966 Batman TV Series, doesn’t it? “…but the Riddler’s clue, Robin. When is a door not a door?” “When it’s ajar! He’s going to strike at the jarred fruit exhibit at the Gotham Pavilion!” “I don’t think so, Robin. That’s too obvious. No,Continue reading “When is a door not a door?”
Am I getting dumber with age?
I swear I used to be much smarter than I am today. When I was a little kid in elementary school, I had a hand-me-down set of encyclopedias. I couldn’t tell you what brand, but I remember they had orange covers, littered with four or five photos contained in squares on each cover, giving youContinue reading “Am I getting dumber with age?”