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Euclid had a point. Go figure. I gave my trigonometry students an assignment in programming: animate a geometric figure. They started off by drawing a cartoon panel. This is the one that I drew. (Note to self: You have got to practice drawing!) Anyway, as I looked more closely at the panel, I began toContinue reading “Drawing ~ “Running Away From Home””
Why I support them. I do not like to comment on political issues; they are way too controversial and divisive. However, seeing the current brouhaha over the COVID-19 vaccine, I am going to express my opinion about the vaccine mandates for public school students and teachers. NOTE: This is only my opinion based on personalContinue reading “Vaccine Mandates”
Mistakes need love, too. This style of needlepoint is Bargello or Florentine, so called after the city in which it was popular in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. I love this type of needlework. Unfortunately, this piece is upside down. When I made the tote bag, I placed the needlepoint panel the wrong way. IContinue reading “Needlepoint ~ “Waves Down Under””
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