Sunday, February 15, 2009

HAMILTON ON THE RECORDER

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This is Hamilton playing his recorder on PTA day at Harmons. I'm holding the camera and my hands shake...sorry. I wouldn't be me if my hands didn't tremor.

Hamilton memorized all his songs so he didn't have to look at the music. That's why he's standing up. This song was his favorite one. When they were finished with their recorders they sang and danced. That video is on the other camera and the files are too big to upload to the blog. But they are really fun.

Good job Hamilton!

SAMMIES ROOM



One day last week I stopped by the house in midday. I noticed the door to the spare bedroom was mostly closed and the curtain was drawn. It looked like someone had deliberately created a peaceful atmosphere. I crept up to the door and looked in. What you see in the picture above is what I saw.

Apparently Isaac had tucked him in before he went to school. Ra says Sammie stayed there most of the day. Even while I was home taking pictures of him and having lunch he never woke up.

He's our spoiled ball of fur!

Sunday, February 8, 2009

INSTEAD OF TV

WATCH THIS...we love this. The reason we love this is because science and spirit come together in discovery. You will find really great stuff on www.ted.com!



Jill Bolte Taylor (born 1959) is a neuroanatomist who specializes in the postmortem investigation of the human brain. She is affiliated with the Indiana University School of Medicine, is the national spokesperson for the Harvard Brain Tissue Resource Center, and is the consulting neuroanatomist for the Midwest Proton Radiotherapy Institute. Her own personal experience with a massive stroke, experienced in 1996 at age 37, and her subsequent eight-year recovery, has informed her work as a scientist and speaker. For this work, in May 2008 she was named to Time Magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world.[1]

Thursday, February 5, 2009

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!

WE LOVE YOU ALL!