According to Google, I seem to be the first person on the Web to use the phrase “inert ramblings“. I guess that makes me a pioneer (a pioneer of what, I’m not quite sure). Regardless, inert ramblings are defined as the inability to move about aimlessly or the inability to talk or write in a discursive, aimless way.
It was completely overcast in Haverhill so the eclipse was obscured. Ohwell. At least we had a Webcam to stare at.
Instead of heading up to the field in Amesbury to sit in the middle of a wet field on an overcast night we all sat down and watched Shrek and an episode of Real Sex.
There will be a lunar eclipse this evening starting around 9:00 PM EST. Kelly, Brian and myself will be heading up North and camping out in a rather large field for a few hours to check it out. Perhaps we’ll run into some other dirty Pagans.
It’s odd. I’ve always had the ability to sense my surroundings. I have no idea why or how, but I always seem to know when there are people around me or when someone is focusing their attention on me. If there is someone sitting across the room that glances up at me, my attention is almost instantly directed to them and I glance up, meeting their eyes.
Continue reading Sensory perception…
For a while, Netscape had an LED sign in one of their cubicle farms to allow visitors to push random quotes to the developers. In a display of my geekdom, I pushed this over to email to my girlfriend. It must have worked…she married me.
Kindergarten Teacher: Wendy Jill Delisle
Sean feels extremely comfortable and at ease in school. He has a good rapport with the teachers. He plays well with the other children yet if he becomes involved with building and someone takes his materials or knocks it down, he will become very mad. At times, he will either scream, cry or even hit. Once he is spoken to, he settles down.
He usually shares well but again if he becomes very involved with something he can become very possessive. He plays quite well independently but also enjoys the company of others. His speech and vocabulary is superior He completely dresses himself.
Sean listens and follows directions very well. He needs to be pushed to do an art project. I don’t always try to have Sean do this type of work yet at times, I try my best to really encourage him. He always does work papers and usually does a good job. At times, he will hurry to finish his work which can create sloppy cutting and poor coloring yet once he is asked to do his best, he does a good job.
Sean’s attention span is good. He is a good participator in group situations yet he is not crazy over singing songs. Sean enjoys most anything in the room but he is crazy over making ships. Boats and building from the free form posts.
- Recognizers all his colors.
- Knows his shapes, circle, square, triangle.
- Can draw shapes.
- Can write name in full.
- Can count to ten.
- Can recognize numbers to ten.
- Can count numbers one, four, six, seven, eight, ten.
- Can say alphabet.
- Can do one to one correspondence.
- Can do sequencing, sorting and classifying.
- Superb problem solving.
- Handles scissors well – most always.
- Handles paste, glue, crayons and paint well – decided against using a stick to paste with.
Sean is a nice boy. He is very quick and very bright. He has a true desire to learn! He should have much success in kindergarten.
Kindergarten Teacher: Wendy Jill Delisle
- Relationship with peers and teachers – extremely good.
- Plays so well with all the other children in the room.
- Gets along well with both his peers and teachers.
- Has a very easy-going temperment.
- Shares well and is very accepting of any needed discipline.
- Knows how to apologize if he is ever in error.
- Has many friends.
- Is a “leader”.
- Very polite and extremely enthusiastic about all of his work.
- Listens and follows directions very well.
- Finishes all of his projects.
- Attention span – has grown since September. Still needs more.
- Developing but one must remember he is only three.
- Aware of his body parts and senses.
- Still unsure of his left and right sides.
- Large and small muscles are developing nicely.
- No problems at all with the tasks he is to perform.
- Can write his name at times.
- Can recognize triangle, circle and square shapes.
- Can draw a circle.
- Knows colors.
- Can recognize numbers one through ten except three, five and eight.
- Can recognize letters of the alphabet except J and Q.
Sean is a bright child. he is a joy to have in the room.