Monday, February 09, 2009

What sort of kid were you?

This, once again, from the Mulier Fortis -

I was a creative kid:
When you were a kid, you always had to be doing something with your hands.
Whether you were painting a picture or just doodling, you had to be creating something.

You were too busy thinking about your future creations to listen in school.
It's likely that every part of school was a challenge for you, except for art class.
So, what were you?

3 comments:

Clayton said...

Same result. Not surprising for a whiteboard.

Lazy Disciple said...

You mean to say that you were a whiteboard?

Did you see the explanation of the sentire cum ecclesia series (right above this one)?

Clayton said...

Yes on both counts.

I like the SCE initiative. The challenge will be to gather people capable of engaging in this sort of discourse. Those who have participated in seminar-format education would probably be best prepared for it.

And beware the combox trolls, more interested in raising Hades than raising the level of the conversation. You may have to start moderating comments...