Perhaps people do not know how music and math go together?
The composition of music has the elements of counting, measuring, rhythm, metering, ordering and repetition among other things. The tuning systems and details like frequency, consonances, set theories, timing and a host of other things that make music pleasurable to listen to are all connected to numbers and yes, math.
My son is the only one in the family who has the gift of understanding numbers. But that because I know he has that gift, this won’t have me rushing to buy musical instruments, getting a Bbe at musicians friends and enrolling him in music lessons. Why? He is not that interested in learning how to play musical instruments. I know if he puts his heart in it, understanding music and its complications would be easy for him.
Mata ni Bunso. Malinaw, maputi at hindi pa kailangan magsuot ng salamin.
Ako man, kahit malabo at hindi nakikita ang may konting kalayuan, hindi din nagsusuot ng salamin sa mata. Wala lang. Pero sa ngayon, hindi ko pa inilalayo ang cellphone pag nagbabasa ng text messages o kaya ang paperback o newspaper na binabasa ko, LOL.
Correction po: malabo ang mata ko, last ko patingin sa opthalmologist 2 years ago 2.50 ang grado ko, malamang mas mataas na ngayon especially kahit sa sinehan di ko nababasa ang subtitle, ack! Ang near sightedness ko ay ok pa din, I can still read pocketbooks normally, di kagaya nang ibang ka-edad ko, inilalayo ang cellphone para mabasa ang text, hihihi.
Been looking through the many photos in my files before I put them in my online data storage and back-up hard drive. Hubby still has to do the copying of these photos to CDs.
One of the photos that captured my attention was this “stolen shot” photo of my hubby and our two younger kids in hubby’s family living room during Christmas. The camera was positioned behind a wine glass on display, hence the slightly blurred photo. I blurred their faces a bit too.
I know, it is a lovely Christmas setting, isn’t it? 😉
The accent table in the middle has several decorative Christmas things on top of it. These have to be removed however when family members gather for lunches and/or dinner since the kids love to sit in the living room and eat there. Plates and glasses are placed on this table for the children while they eat sitting on big pillows on the floor. A special cocktail table holds the desserts in the dining room next to the dining table. This is where the children go to pick the sweets they like.
I would love to have accent tables like that in our living room but since I use the space there to do my hooping, I guess we would have to wait till I clear the room at the back of the house for that. As it is, the sofa set in our living room is pushed back against the walls while another table went that way too.
Would have loved to have a stylish living room but the children are ecstatic since they use the space to play with their toy cars.
*Stolen shot* means photo taken of persons without their consent or them knowing it.
Pagbabalik eskwela ang akmang tema ngayong Hunyo.
Narito si Bunso, not exactly nagbabalik eskwela dahil pers taym niya pumasok sa isang pisikal na paaralan pero sa konteksto ng balik-eskwela, ganun na din yun 😀
Aga namin no? Sarado pa mga classrooms, hehehe. Hindi dahil sa sobrang excitement yan kundi coding kasi kami kaya dapat maaga para hindi mapara ng mamang pulis. Tsaka ang travel time papunta sa paaralan at pauwi, nadagdagan sa sobrang sikip ng trapiko.
Maaga din ang dating ng mga anak ko sa paaralan, siguro 6:30 nandun na sila para sa 7:30 na pasok. First trip kasi sila kaya 5:30am, nandiyan na ang service. Kakapagod, pero mukhang enjoy naman sila kaya ayan, ang aga pa tulog na sila.
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