May 7, 2008

The Dude Combines Math & Mozart

A tactic to encourage mathematical brilliance or just a device to drown out fraternal distractions?

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Hmmm ... or a device to encourage fraternal distractions??

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15 comments:

Laurie said...

Lovely!!

LaurieNE

Brittney said...

My favorite part is the gun sitting on the book! What more could a boy want/need?

Happy WW!

LisaWA said...

LOL... alright... thats funny... and so true... I liked the gun too... and.. did I see a cloth diaper?? its to the left... He dusts too?

But my favorite is the older brother dudes face expression looking at little brother dude... That’s awesome!

Happy WW~ Lisa

The Ridge School said...

Such wonderful taste for such a young man! Or should I say young men...

SKELLER said...

Silly Lisa - that's not a cloth diaper with which to dust ... it's my littlest Dude's "map." It goes with the pirate bandana underneath it. Funny thing is, I was going to crop these photos pretty closely so that all you'd see would be the math & the cd, but then I thought the messy, cluttered, "unschool-like" atmosphere of the room told the more honest (and humorous!) story.

LisaWA said...

lol! Woops! My bad... Im so sorry... I hope littlest dude is not insulted?? *Ü*

I loved the pictures... remember you are my muse in photography!!


You who inspire!!

Mama Peep said...

Great photos!

That is a scene that happens too often here. She will start listening to the Ipod because *insert either brother* is distracting her. Eventually, they are all sharing the tunes one way or another.

Patricia
Happy WW

Meliss said...

I love the expression on your older son's face too!

sarbenn said...

What a great smile!

Kat said...

Well...they do say that classical music works on the mathematical part of the brain...But distractions are always appreciated. Katie hasn't been getting her school work done lately until almost 5 in the afternoon. Distraction is the name of her game!

Jenny in Ca said...

Susan,

I would say he is going down the road of brillance! What inspiring, high-lighting of goodness-photos!

these just make me smile.

happy ww!

Margarete said...

I really like the 2nd to last picture.

Rhea said...

dadgumit. You turn pictures of math books into art. I'm impressed.

aunt tea said...

i too heard that classical msuic is good for the brain too ESPECIALLY mozart. i think there's a university that plays mozart for muzac.

here's a link
http://media.www.nguskyliner.com/media/storage/paper284/news/2005/11/09/News/mozart.Effect.Useful.During.Study.Times-1049900.shtml

SKELLER said...

Aunt Tea -
thanks for sharing that interesting article. and if I have to listen to muzac, then I'd prefer it be Mozart!!