Tuesday, November 21, 2006

From the mundane to the ridiculous

I got home at six today, same as yesterday. I think this is going to be the regular pattern now up til Christmas. Only 3 days til the weekend.

My observation went okay. The DVD didn't really work as for some reason the picture was really blue. Apparently this is because it was a region 1 DVD and the projector didn't like it, even though the DVD player it was being played on was multi-region. Hmm. Anyway, it was okay and now it's over. We have a final observation booked for 5th December - geography - should be all right, I hope.

And a quick update from the latest escapades of Emmett:
In RE today, lower ability had multiple choice questions based on scriptures. The learning objective was to think about what it means to be friends of God. One particular scripture they had was Jesus' commandment to love one another as he has loved us. The question was "What does John say about being friends with God?"
a) It doesn't make any difference to our lives.
b) We should love each other like He loves us.
c) We should love God but not be too bothered about other people.

Guess which Emmett picked? C!

He does make me laugh.

6 comments:

Steven Novak said...

Call it a hunch...but maybe C? ;)

Steve~

RWA said...

Sounds to me like you could write a book just about Emmett's antics.

Living on your own definitely has advantages and disadvantages. Personally, I think the advantages outweigh the disadvantages.

Fiona said...

I'd stay living where I was if I was you! It seems like you've got a pretty good social network and things to do - most ppl I know would live on their own if it was a financially viable option!

Ergh. Living with PEOPLE! Is something I could not handle well before my current living situ arose.. I like social interaction to be on my own terms & not because it's necessary on a daily basis!!

Attention Whore said...

Oh Emmett - sweet Emmett.
He totally has it right with "C".
Why bother?
Mmm...I'm in a great mood today hey?

starrynite said...

The idea of living with other people and actually having to, you know, LIVE with them, really freaks me out quite a bit actually.

It's all that, why haven't you done the washing up, who left this washing out blah blah blah stuff that I just don't need. Hehe.

RWA said...

That's why you don't do it. You can invite other people over, but when you're tired of them, you kick them out!

OK, so not that extreme, but you get the point.