Comments: Non Linear Thinking Day

I'm still a little dizzy.

Now if you'd unlimbered that Viking hardware I'm sure the crowd would have thinned out.

I've just got the one and she's guileless and cute and smart. Triple threat. She goes to school in Fort Worth where she is going to overwhelm the opposition. If there are any problems, her mom is going to break out the viking hardware. She doesn't have any boots that I know of but all the rest, oh yeah. Sharp, pointy are her second and third names.

Posted by Curtis at January 13, 2010 12:15 AM

Oh, how I feel your pain! My bugaboo was chemistry. I made it through with a B, but it was sheer dumb luck (and a teacher who took pity, I think). Unlike with math and physics,the rules didn't make sense to me. Now I am staring at it again, since the middle son is taking it. Finally ... I literally forced myself to figure out that damned electron configuration system. Only took me several decades to comprehend it. Now it seems easier, but I had to twist my own arm to make it happen. The only thing that made me feel better is I got to also clear up the mystery for someone else in the process.

Posted by PeggyU at January 13, 2010 04:05 AM

"I'm bound and determined to pass Geometry at some point in my life."

Well if you don't pass it this time you will still have 2 more changes ;P

I hated Geometry also, but I loved Trig. But then again I was in my early 30's when I had my Trig class.

Posted by Quality Weenie at January 13, 2010 09:25 AM

When there is that much demand you'd think the school system would figure out the obvious don't you? Ah well, best of luck. At least you have this as an option. We have no such thing in this county, the schools here all believe they are the best for everyone.

Posted by patti at January 13, 2010 02:39 PM