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G’day and welcome students in September; this will be another interesting month and year of reading with enjoyment of visual media.
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The summer here at the Product of Culture website had more maintenance and learning addition technical skills I did not expect in my plans; but we go with the flow the best we can in getting things fixed.
Summer concludes and Autumn Begins
On Monday, September 23, the start of fall will begin. How was your summer? Hopefully, you were able to take vacations or some well-deserved breaks at least.
Remember, a “mind is a terrible thing to waste.” All you young minds of today, it is my hope that you are successful in working through those tough arithmetic problems. Be sure to eat plenty of nuts and berries if such things are available to you.
The important thing to remember is your mind’s body works best when there is a steady flow of high energy nutrients. This does not mean caffeine, even though you know I love my coffee and tea.
Eating fruit and vegetables every few hours is beneficial for your brain, since you are wearing the thinking cap all day long.
What does this mean? Don’t you dare skip eating during lunch! Let me say this again; please don’t skip lunch.
Work hard to have a wonderful and successful school year!
Poem – A circle in a square
As we lay in our cribs,
What is this and what is that?
How do I make the sounds of mom and dad?
As we well past the toddler stage, why can’t I no longer suckle my baby bottle, it can’t be bad?
Stay away from this and stay away from that… Why? why? why? What is the catch?
The teen years go by like a blur, the facts and figures promotes us to say mom, dad, please not another question.
With another puzzled response, every family unit ask, are you sane? That line of reasoning makes me question in the same vein.
Oh come what may look how you have grown.
On graduation day you’ve grown this far, and my oh my you are shinning like a star.
Happenstance, you questioned your heritage, and the parents your sanity, but with the questions answered everything became clear
People long-lived say the only thing that is certain is change.
I say on this day in this frame, questions are a part of life and we should feel free to ask them.
My Dear, Answering questions shows respect and love; in which there is no fear.
Happy Graduation Day!
Welcome students in September