A year ago today, I posted this picture on my blog. ^^ under the title "Where Do I Go From Here?" The subjects are the directional keys on my previous laptop, the one that I had built with my dad years and years ago. I was rather proud of how my quick pic turned out, … Continue reading Where Am I Going From Here?
Well, here we are. It's the last quotes challenge post. Thanks for sticking with me this far, and I hope that you guys have enjoyed the quotes I've posted! If you want more, I have a page called Favorite Quotes and Bible Verses at the top of my blog that I add quotes to when I remember. … Continue reading Quotes Challenge, Day 3 (plus extras)
... was yesterday. Hey, if I post about all of them on the day of, you will eventually get bored and stop looking for them on your own. So, did you notice 5+11=16? Also, that was the anniversary of our adoption of May, our Gray Panther. (She likes to think that she's on the level … Continue reading The One and Only Math Day in May …
That's what I enjoy! This morning Canada Dry and pomegranate juice-infused Craisins were my breakfast, and I'm looking forward to dealing with negative powers later on in the day. They really aren't that bad if you like reciprocals and fractions. I like the former but not the latter as much. Oh well, you take the … Continue reading Ginger Ale, Cranberries, and Math!
Good morning, mathies! 4+12=16 is what I've been writing on all of my schoolwork because, as most of you have hopefully noticed, today is another math day! This one is only a simple addition problem, but I'm going to graph some parabolas using the quadratic formula and find some vertexes to celebrate! (And, of course, … Continue reading “Average” Math Day
Hello fellow mathies! 😁 I have neglected to observe several math days over the last month, and as today is one too I thought it'd be a good time to catch up. I missed 3+13=16 and 3-19=-16 for March, and Mario Day which is March 10th (MAR10). Today, of course, is 4×4=16, or 4²=16. Have … Continue reading Math Day Make-Up
Welcome one, welcome all, to the first math day of the year! 1+15=16! This one's a simple sum, but sometimes less is more. Happy Calculating! Squid