Well, not actually nowhere, or everywhere, and not on weekends.
Thing Two, the younger scholar, and Thing One, the older-by-half-a-century scholar, keep track of their adventures in the land of learning.
Thing Two and I are listening to the radio as we eat our fruit salad, yogurt and granola. We are about to leave the house for our first visit to a day long Gaelic immersion program which meets each Monday. The radio makes an announcement about a late bus in our area: ".... will be running a half an hour late due to mechanical problems". Without missing a beat, Thing Two chimes in, hand cupped to ear, slight smile, "and if you listen carefully, you can hear the cheering."
So Thing One and I were talking about impulse control. She asked me to give three sentences about impulses.
My sentences were: Maria's first impulse was to run when she saw the bear. Donald's first impulse was to laugh when he saw what the committee was wearing. Anne's first impulse was to stand still when she saw the strange bird. Later we were talking about fixing ourselves before we fix other people. I said we could write a book. The title would be :
Impulse control with Thing One and Thing Two.
How to stop being such a bitch ! We did it, and you can too!
People may have doubts, but its true! You can control your impulses!
We're two laughing students at the school of life. Sometimes Thing One forgets she's a student too and gets all serious, but usually when that happens Thing Two, the class clown, smartens her up pretty fast. Welcome to our busy world, you can reach us at ed.ducate (at) gmail.com