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Last night I ventured to Avon to see some friends for a little get together. On the way to my friend's house I was stopped on the 90West split due to some standing water from the heavy rain we had earlier in the day. Mother Nature at work and unavoidable.
Then on the way home I'm cruising along 90East only to find that it is closed at the bridge to cross over from the West to the East Side. So I follow the Detour Signs and end up having to decide whether I should head toward Parma or Columbus. I chose Columbus after almost getting killed in the decision making process. It was the right choice [or so I thought] because their were 90East Detour signs telling me to get off the freeway at W25th. So I did as the signs said and got back on the freeway at 71North to 90East only to find another Detour. This time I saw a sign for Steelyard Commons [don't ask me what route because at this point I just wanted to get home] so I got off of the freeway there. I thought that I would get to Steelyard and call my husband to direct me home since he works close to there. Well I took another wrong turn and again had the choice between Columbus and Parma. Fortunately I saw MetroHealth's Campus before I had to make my decision [and probably risk my life again] so I turned into there to call my husband because it is well lit with security driving around. From there my husband directed me home but if I couldn't have gotten a hold of my husband I was going to looik for some MetroHealth Security and ask for directions.
I probably should have asked for directions from the beginning when I first got lost and I am not a person that is afraid to ask for directions because I would rather know where I'm going then get lost at 10:30pm!
Do you stop to ask for directions?
Michelangelo's David is based on artistic drawings of the male human form. He considered sculpture to be the highest form of art because, among other reasons, it mimics divine creation. Because Michelangelo adhered to the concepts of disegno, he worked under the premise that the image of David was already in the block of stone he was working on — in much the same way as the human soul is found within the physical body.
Sue G wrote:
Students respond to success. The challenge for teachers is to tailor what they do so each individual can experience this. And a student may have to re-examine some of their ideas about themselves to get the most out what a teacher has to offer.
Sue G wrote:
All of our personal qualities fall somewhere on a continuum – how we react, how we learn etc. Simply dividing us into two groups fails to take into account the multiplicity of individualness. Some men and women very different, others not so much. And we change over time.
Sue G wrote:
Seems to me that a “gender-neutral” upbringing is nigh on imposible, you haven’t mentioned the particular research.
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